Adobe Flash 10.1 + AIR 2.0 on the XO
object404 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 19:27:23 EDT 2010
>> What do you guys think?
> That you've applied for a job at Adobe, or will do it soon ;-)
No, I'm a flash game developer and there are *A LOT* of flash game
developers out there, and it's now the easiest platform to develop
I'm 100% sure that a number of Flash game developers (professional or
amateur) would love to contribute game & edugame content for the XO.
Gnash just doesn't cut it. AVM1 is just too slow, especially for the XO-1.
> Look, I have worked for many years on the Shockwave and Flash
> platforms. Unless your clients are paying you real money to develop
> with it, it's honestly a PoS and there is no reason to celebrate it.
I don't think you've developed for it in the past 3 years then. Flash
is an absolute joy to make games in. As a kid too, I got a big
headstart on my classmates because I had educational Math & Word games
on our home computer.
Games in general proven to be one of the best ways to engage students
- make learning fun, and they will learn.
I have a Bookworm-like (Boggle-like) word game that's good to go on
the XO with a few graphical tweaks, but it's in Flash 9 AS3 AVM2 and
will not work with Gnash.
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