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Flash: I'm not dead yet!

Posted 05 October 2011 - 10:28 AM

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http://www.g4tv.com/...lash-player-11/

Well, not sure about the rest of you, but this is a bit of good news as far as I am concerned.

Thoughts? Will this bring more web-longevity to flash?
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Re: Flash: I'm not dead yet!

Posted 05 October 2011 - 10:49 AM

While I am neither an active Flash or Unreal engine abuser I think this might make an interesting twist for games. That's going to be one hell of a dump of libraries into flash... I wonder how that's all going to pan out size wise? A huge download expected for say a phone?

http://epicgames.com...ayer-announced/

https://www.adobe.co...er/stage3d.html
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Re: Flash: I'm not dead yet!

Posted 05 October 2011 - 11:07 AM

Nice finds there modi.

Their stuff seems to work out alright so far, though I can't say that I am very good with wasd/ arrow based game controls...

I am personally excited for it. It will be a good competitor to webGL, which still has yet to make much of an appearance from what I can tell. It will be interesting to make some games that work with 3D in flash. So far I haven't done much in the means of game programming in flash, but I have had some ideas (that's the problem when you don't have access to a windows machine... and all your software is licensed for windows...).
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