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Making games with Adobe Flash

adobe flash making games

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#1 DesGuru


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Posted 16 December 2013 - 02:45 PM

1.First you need to plan out you game. Decide your rules, and the board type you want to use, how long the game should last, the number of players, if the game data should be saved, and flow of your game.
2.To actually implement you game you can use the actionscript code in Flash using the buttons and the drawing tools available.
3.Draw then animate the object of the game using the Flash drawing tools. Save every object in your Flash library. Decide which objects should be animated and which should be static. You will then have to make animations for every moving object.
4.Create object layers of the game. On your time line, add a layer for every object in the game. place all your object on the stage. Make sure that every object is inserted in the layer that has was created for it.
5.Now you need to create your game control panel. Add a new layer "controls" and on this layer make one control button for every movable game piece in your game. Put these buttons on the your stage so they do not obstruct the game view.
6.Write an actionscript code for every control button. Every control button controls the movement of a single object of your game. Create code for one control button to enable the game piece its controlling to move up when mouse is pressed. Then create code for the next control button to make the its game piece move right when your arrow key is pressed. Do the same for all your moving objects control buttons.
7.Make a button for the game players to save their game so they can continue later. And another button to enable players to retrieve their saved games.And another button to reset the game.
8. To write the code for the control buttons make use of Flash's shared object commands.

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