Searching the Collection

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There are several ways to view and search for games and animations available in Flashpoint - we've explained all of the options below.

If you want to a request a game/animation that we don't have yet, follow the instructions on the Request Form page.

Flashpoint Search Tool

The easiest way to search for games and animations in Flashpoint is to use our search tool. Type the name of any game/animation and press Enter. A list of possible matches will be shown. Click any entry to view its metadata and images.

Searching Inside Flashpoint

If you have Flashpoint installed, you can use the Search Bar within Flashpoint to search for games and animations.

Game and Animation Master Lists

Below we provide complete listings of all of the games and animations available in Flashpoint. The game and animation master lists are available in multiple formats; you may choose the one that is most convenient for you.

These lists are outdated as of Flashpoint 11.1.

Google Sheets

Google Sheets provides a quick and easy way to view the complete game and animation lists. Use the "Find and Replace" dialog from the Edit menu to search the list. If you're on mobile, you can use the Google Sheets mobile app to access the list.

Basic HTML Table

The game and animation lists are also viewable as basic HTML webpages. Warning: they're big enough that your browser may have difficulty loading them.

You can search the list using Ctrl+F, or if you're on mobile, the Find in Page option. Try searching partial names before full names, i.e. 'Stealing' for 'Stealing the Diamond'.

Downloadable CSV Spreadsheets

If you'd like to search the Flashpoint collection offline using your favorite spreadsheet viewer, you can download the CSV files from this ZIP file.

If you want to learn how to generate these spreadsheets yourself, see Updating the Master List.