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About Mando Maker (flash)

MandoMaker is the interactive and easy to use template to help plan and play with your mandalorian design! Great for costumers, roleplaying or just for fun.

The first mandomaker was made in 2007 and had been updated and inproved upon until 2008 at version 3. For over ten years MandoMaker 3 has been used by countless of costumers to help visualize their armor builds.

These versions of MandoMaker are no longer updated and the files (flash) will no longer be supported on browers.

Fequently asked questions and tips

Why wont this work on my browser?

Although Flash was previously a dominant platform for online multimedia content, it is slowly being abandoned as Adobe favors a transition to HTML5 due to inherent security flaws and significant resources required to maintain the platform. Apple restricted the use of Flash on iOS in 2010 due to concerns that it performed poorly on its mobile devices, had negative impact on battery life, and was deemed unnecessary for online content. As a result, it was not adopted by Apple for its smartphone and tablet devices, which also reduced its user base and encouraged wider adoption of HTML5 features such as the canvas and video elements, which can replace Flash without the need for plugins. In July 2017, Adobe announced that it would declare Flash to be end-of-life at the end of 2020, and will cease support, distribution, and security updates for Flash Player.

Starting from Chrome 76 and Firefox 69, Flash is disabled by default and browsers do not even show a prompt to activate Flash content. Users who want to play Flash content need to manually set a browser to prompt for Flash content, and then during each browser session enable Flash plugin for every site individually. Furthermore, browsers show warnings about the removal of Flash entirely after December 2020. Flash support will be removed entirely from Google Chrome 87 planned for December 2020. Also in 2020 Flash support will be completely removed from Firefox. (source: wikipedia)

How do I save a picture of my mando

There is no save function on these mandomakers and in order to save your mando you will need to screen cap and paste into a drawing program, like paint.

Why did it take you TEN YEARS to update Mandomaker?



Mando Maker 2.3 & 3

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These original flash versions of MandoMaker is sponsored by Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club.

Mandalorians, Boba Fett and Jango Fett are copyright of Disney/LucasFilm/Star Wars

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