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Projectile Physics

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This is my first flash file ever, just getting used to Actionscript 3 and Flash CS3. Mainly just messing around, any suggestions are welcome (particularly for Flash optimization). If anyone wants the source code let me know.

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lower speed

you could lower the speed just a little, that probaly wouldnt be to difficult, you see im new to scripting to and I SUCK! ive been useing all sorts of tutorials to learn a bit thouhg, and i am a button master but im only 13 so im not expecting to skill up to fast, how ever im trying to get a physics engine to work on my flash so im going to see if i can tame that beast, great game for a starter though!

Misspelled "angle"

This is very good for a first try, though you misspelled angle for angel xD (Now I'm conscious about my spelling... :))

Graphics - Great - 4/5
It looks very realistic. Just like what mustang1999 said, make the screen allow the ball to be seen further, either by moving the screen or by zooming in/out.

Controls - N/A
Another game that uses only the mouse.

Sound - N/A
Is there one?

Gameplay - Good - 3/5
Although can be boring, it is funny to watch the ball go up and down, although the screen didn't allowed the player to view more of the ball.

Overall- N/A
It is an experimental game.

Write the longest name you can write with the tracer! Gogogo!


set the following:
Angle: 5 degrees
Velocity: 100m/s
Gravity: 0 m/s
Wind: -10 m/s
Tracer: On
lol boomerang ball!

Nicely Done

As you said its just messing around and though there isnt any real point to it its a nice job of the animation and the physics =) hope to see your work develop further


I don't get it what is the point?

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3.61 / 5.00

Mar 27, 2008
1:47 PM EDT