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Subject: Re: FLASH: Atari style games
From: John Dowdell
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 20:04:36 GMT

At 6:24 AM 11/28/0, Matt wrote:
>I'm looking for good examples of Atari style, chunky graphic games
>developed specifically in Flash, not Shockwave. Any recommends?

I don't know of any myself, sorry... not to say they couldn't exist, I just
haven't seen that combo of programming, performance, and style.

The Shockwave Player is in a slightly different boat because it can accept
drop-in renderers... besides the various 3D engines this is also how the
Midway Arcade Classics on shockwave.com are made. There's an arcade
emulation kit that is auto-installed as an Xtra for accurate fidelity of
those old early-80s computer games. It's really worth a look... impressive
stuff.

jd



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