I am not sure if this is the right Stack Exchange website, but anyways: If a flash game was to have a copyright notice, would it be legal for me to post it on my website? This wouldn't be for any monetary gain, as I would not be running ads over their games.
closed as off-topic by gnat, Jörg W Mittag, amon, Bart van Ingen Schenau, BobDalgleish Jan 25 at 14:18
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Unless you have permission, you can only publish works of others which aren't in the public domain under certain conditions. You may quote fragments of works; you may use it in satire; there's a "fair use" principle; and there are a few other conditions.
Posting a game verbatim on your website doesn't even remotely qualify for any of those conditions.