As a game developer myself I take some pride into some of my critiques. No I don't generally use flash but I have a great understanding of it-- I usually use Unreal 4 or Havok. Just a few suggestions that are relatively easy to fix if you so choose, in fact you don't have to make files to do these few things
1) The health of your armor is REALLY low. I don't think she could take 4 hits before it busts and with the sheer swarm of monsters in the caves, it just gets too hard. Maybe just bump the noob armor up a hair. 6-7 hits is reasonable for noob gear.
2) The bow should do more damage than it does. As it is a consumable, the arrows should be impaling them way harder. I feel it should do at least 1/3 of the big goblin's life per arrow. Even if it means you lower the drop chance of arrows. These can all be done by going in the codes and changing values. Nothing advanced.
Some things to add, that may take about a week, depending, are
1) Item/repair shops. As this was an early access kind of game, it is understandable to be left with the noob gear, but eventually the armor will break and you are going to be left defenseless. Being able to repair your gear or being able to buy a whole new set(s) will make or break certain battles.
2) Invincibility frames. Should say all in itself. When your armor breaks it is possible for the monsters to stun lock you. Makes it much harder than it should be. Also when you attack with your sword, they shouldn't be able to instantly pick you up. The sword only has X amount of feet of a hit box and it becomes almost to the point where you have to abuse their AI by jumping up the steps and hitting them where they can't reach you.
3) Maybe small helps to find the next objectives. I found myself as a seasoned veteran of very challenging games that don't show you where to go. Majora's Mask, and EverQuest being a sample of those such games. But at least the NPC's will tell you exactly where you are going at one point.
4) Your biggest selling point on this is for the character to be raw-dogged by goblins and such. Make some more scenes involving the goblins. Especially one if you game over to one. Not sure if this is a glitch or intentional, but every time I had a game over, the ending cutscene repeated itself. Now this can be SUPER useful for scene transitions, to get to another position for that particular monster, but I am still not sure if it's intentional or a glitch, because when I press "X" for the cutscene to pass, it happens again and the PC has a different moaning sound.
5) Make the combat a bit smoother. Give the PC a few more sword swinging animations that are more responsive and give the sword hit box a bit more leniency. Because at the moment it will only do damage if the swing animation is completed and the monsters are in range. In most games as long as the blade touches the creature during the swing animation, it deals damage to the target. That will help smooth out the "clunky" feel of the combat.
6) A "per taste" thing, but the artwork could use a slight improvement. Like it's 90% where it should be. Again as I understand this is the first version and there are going to be improvements, this is just a few things to consider if you want to have people donate and see this grow more.
Bugs I found:
1) If you get stun locked by the big goblins, you truly are stuck until you die as I am very sure the big goblins duplicate themselves so even after Tae-Kwon-Do kicking them in the face there's one lined up right afterwards and it gets super laggy when all those actors have to load in. I know it's not my computer running a Titan X graphics card, 32GB RAM, and a 8 core processor at 4Ghz, it might have been Chrome, but then again, Firefox and IE/ME did the same. I really think it's when all those sprites are being duplicated and it is stressing the game out.
2) Sometimes the keybindings fall apart. Especially if you are trying to quickly switch weapons, a bug will happen where your character will only swing the sword even when the bow is equipped and clearly out. You just see the little swoosh of the sword come by. Half the time it actually has a hit box but only half the time it doesn't hit anything but still uses stamina and you end up getting grabbed or beat up. Sometimes the buttons to move fail to work too. Also make the button mapping a bit more spread out. As a 6'1 male my hands are fairly large. And even on my Corsair K55, my fingers just felt too clumped together. I almost got a hand cramp trying to switch weapons. Spacebar is fine for jumping, but I highly recommend just using the LMB for weapon attack. You can use the Q,W, or E keys for binding the other things. This would help alleviate some of the torment my left hand went through-- probably other folks had this too unless they have small hands. (if you wanna really go above and beyond, allow the player to bind their own buttons!)
3) The last bug I have seen that is fairly game breaking is that the "Skip Dialogue" button doesn't trigger events-- it does help with non-required cutscenes but it breaks the game triggers for those that matter for story progression.
Again, I loved the idea of this game. For a starting point, it is very well thought out and has plenty of potential to be something that you could even make a decent check on. Keep working on it mate. I am actually gonna follow this game a while and see where you take it. Because as I said, this has some greatness behind it.