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PacMan that Runs and Gobbles Pills

PacMan that Runs and Gobbles Pills
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In this tutorial, you will use the basic animation techniques in Flash to create a moving pac-man! There is no better way of learning a technique than by working on a real-world example.
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Creating 3D pills with vector graphics

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Creating A Simple AIR Application

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Create a Flash ball game with visual from above tutorial

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In this tutorial I’ll cover two types of gameplay: one with the ball that runs on a static stage, and one with a fixed ball with a scrolling stage. We’ll see the pros and cons of both type of games. First of all, let’s start with the aim of the game: you have to take your ball to the exit of each level avoiding any kind of traps.

Making an Auto Run CD

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Making a Flash Movie that will Auto Run when you create a CD is remarkably easy. AutoRun is a feature that enables CD to start a program automatically. If you want to create a Flash Movie that runs automatically from a CD you would use the AutoRun feature. You simply have to add a small file to the CD at the time when you burn your CD. On Windows is made by putting an INF file in the parent directory of the CD. This tutorial explains the few simple steps you need to achieve this.

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