Jailbroken Windows RT gets a Flash Player
Flash may be on its way out, but it still powers quite a bit of content on the web, especially for games and restaurant websites (and really, restaurants, why do you have to use Flash so much? It's really freaking annoying.) Flash has never been a part of the iOS world, and is slowly being phased out of Android, since Adobe will no longer support it.
It is still available on both Windows 8 and RT, but on Windows RT, it only allows Flash content to Whitelisted sites. So, the slightly annoying thing about the tool is that it only allows you to edit that Whiltelist, meaning you have to add URLs allowed to display Flash content, and it isn't as easy as just going to a site. Still, it's the only way to get access to all Flash content on your Windows RT device right now, so beggars can't be choosers.
If you want to give it a shot, you'll obviously need a jailbroken Windows RT device, then grab the app from the source and give it a go.