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Making a flash demo...software for PC suggestions???

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HPS74
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Hi - I use a PC

Can anyone suggest software/website that can make a flash demo for my dice game?

The more user friendly the better :)

Thanks

questccg
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I would suggest

I used Flash MX. They have nice tutorials to help with how to create scenes and the "timeline".

You can check out my Flash DEMO at: http://www.questccg.com/demo.htm

Another at: http://www.questccg.com/preview.htm

Once you get used to scenes and timelines and some actionscript, you should be able to design "simple" demos...

My DEMO is real complex and uses a ton of scripts...

That's what I used anyways!

HPS74
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Thanks K

Thanks K

questccg
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NP

You can download it free from CNET:

http://download.cnet.com/topics/macromedia-flash-mx

Says version 8. I think I'm using only version 2... Must be MUCH better!

Oops says that version cost $699 to buy... There is a 2004 version for free...

http://macromedia-flash-mx.soft32.com/free-download/

Try that link instead... I used version 2.

let-off studios
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MF 2.5

For the past several years, I've been using Fusion (used to be known as Multimedia Fusion) by Clickteam. The advantage of using their software is that it is more of a click-and-drag interface instead of learning a programming language: a streamlined user interface allows you to make all sorts of games and apps without learning C++, Java, HTML 5, or any of the other programming languages. The Flash Exporter that's available allows you to make Flash versions of the executables you've built.

Generally speaking: if you don't have the time to learn a programming language and you want to make your own games, this is worth it. Look up Fusion 2.5 here:

www.clickteam.com

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