Molehill Goes Live for Testing! (18:00 GMT)

So at the Flash Gaming Summit, Thibault Imbert & Lee Brimelow just announced a program where developers can test the new things Adobe Flash team is working on!

That means at 18:00 (GMT) you should be able to download SDK and Documentation for Molehill!

Other great news is that all of the 3D frameworks Adobe has been working with (Alternativa3D, Away3d, Flare3D, Sophie3D and Yogurt3D) also should release a new version of their Framework that supports Molehill. (also at 18:00 GMT)

And.. Pixel Bender 3 goes live 4’th of March.

Here’s the link:

ByteArray post about it:

Posted on February 27th, 2011
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Flash MindMeld – What Makes or Breaks a Great Flash Game?

I just wanted to let you know about Flash MindMeld.  60 Flash game experts share their opinion, they have 60 seconds each.

It features some great and big names: Tom Fulp, Ben Olding, Colin Northway, Adam Atomic, Lachhh (Berzerk), Chris & Stephen Harris (Ninja Kiwi), most of the people from ArmorGames, Greg & Jim from Kongregate, Chris from FGL. Just to mention a few!

You can download a MP3 with the entire thing (you save a lot of clicking and waiting) from here.

Posted on February 15th, 2011
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Some SWF encryptors/protectors are WORTHLESS.

Hey, I just found a website, making both Amayeta SWF Encrypt and DComSoft SWF Protector completely useless. Apparently those products doesn’t do any real obfuscation, just charge you a lot to do lame things with your SWF. Here is a little quote from the website:

SWF Decrypt will reverse and remove the few junk code these types of software add to your SWF file and charge you money for. The purpose of this software is to help you assess the protection solution that you have chosen. I hope it will also encourage the authors of SWF Encrypt and SWF Protector to either implement actual code obfuscation methods or discontinue their products and stop charging for junk.

Take a look at:

The author is recommending using SecureSWF from Kindisoft, or irrFuscator from Ambiera.

Posted on April 7th, 2010
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