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Gaming tutorial v1.2

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flash
videogames
actionscript
scores

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Uploaded
May 5, 2005 | 8:01 AM EDT

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EDIT: I uploaded the new file which works properly now, sorry about that!

In this tutorial you will learn things like Scoring, Cheat Proofing, Movement and Hit Testing, everything you need to know to get your flash gaming career started! Enjoy!

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LordImmortallixLordImmortallix

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

very helpful

this tutorial was extremely helpful to my game the only complaint is that the thing that makes it go to another frame when the score is 200 or whatever didn't work for me



UnknownFearUnknownFear

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This was very good!

There was only one bug or error that I could see. On the Making The Game Do Stuff, where you teach us how to make the novie jump to a certin frame when the score reaches to a certin number, I clicked that score button in your tutorial passed 200 and nothing happened. But I will deffinitly use this for a game sometime. Thank you sooo much for making this.

UnknownFear


MilkshakeClock responds:

Meh, this is too old for me to care.


KyeBKyeB

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Thanks

You really really helped me with scoring action scripting! if it wenr for you I would be pulling my hair out trying to find a tutorial on it ( Lol a desent one) Thanks a Lot dude ! :-)


MilkshakeClock responds:

Lol my pleasure mister


ViceFullbusterViceFullbuster

Rated 3 / 5 stars

this is sure to help a lot of flash artists

good detail to it,it could use some better graphics but at least the tutorial is accurate,good job ^_^


MilkshakeClock responds:

Thanks :)


mjc0961mjc0961

Rated 2 / 5 stars

One thing.

On your flash, if you right click and select forward instead of play, you can go to the "PREV FRAME" screen, and it will stay there. This might be a way to bypass your system. I would recommend checking that out.

Other than that, good stuff.


MilkshakeClock responds:

The prevFrame(); works for foward too ;) Try it and see for yourself