Update: Did you see The Great Server Migration post?
Loads of flash stuff in there. I’m not going to pick them out for you because I have other stuff to do.
Here is the place where I will link to Flash experiments and games. Right now there’s very little to show. I’ve been working my way through the following book:
And here are some of the experiments I’ve created with it so far:
It is an excellent book if you want to learn how to animate using code rather than the Flash GUI. It has actually brought me kicking and screaming into the world of OOP programming (redundant terms, I know. I do it for the reader’s sake) which I was very uncomfortable with beforehand.
For a while, when KindaGamey had nothing on it, I just featured the flash piece below from a puzzle I was making:
(Click it to see different patterns. On my monitor it almost looks like they are floating above the screen in 3D. They are all randomly generated and yet because they are built with a common rule structure they are all hypnotically pleasant to look at and almost organic. To me, anyway.)
The whole idea was based on some tri-color fridge magnets I saw in someone’s apartment. I spent a long time rearranging these magnets into different configurations and it was so engaging that I thought I needed to program it as a puzzle in Flash. Sadly, I stopped my self-taught Actionscript 3.0 Animation classes to work on the fridge magnet thing, got frustrated, and ended up finishing neither. It will eventually be a puzzle in which you can rotate and arrange pieces in order to make sure that every piece is touching its neighbor with a matching color. If you notice, each trifurcated square piece has two sides of one color and two sides of another.
I promise I will get back to them eventually.
Edit: I had to kill comments on this page because the spambots just love it.