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What about StencylWorks?

Posted Dec 24, '11 at 8:00pm

VinegarEel

VinegarEel

2 posts

I really can't put aside $700 for Flash.(Regarding that I'm not 18 yet)
I found a free flash game making software called StencylWorks. I want to know if I can use it to make a game to upload to this site.

Thanks in advance,

VinegarEel

 

Posted Dec 24, '11 at 10:21pm

arobegamr

arobegamr

120 posts

I've seen questions like this often.

If it's a .swf file (shockwave-flash format) and of good quality, than ArmorGames will accept it.  I don't know much about Stencyl myself, but check the export settings and see if you can publish your project as an swf.

 

Posted Dec 24, '11 at 10:37pm

VinegarEel

VinegarEel

2 posts

I already checked. I can.

Thanks

 

Posted Dec 27, '11 at 2:08pm

gamerzakiullah

gamerzakiullah

43 posts

hey im using stencyl too.....

 

Posted Dec 29, '11 at 6:19pm

getanewhouse

getanewhouse

45 posts

I am using stencyworks, It is pretty good I recommend it for beginners. I use it and find it pretty easy. It is limiting in some aspects. I will quit using it when I am proficient at AS3. Good luck with it.

 

Posted Jan 2, '12 at 10:11pm

sugarbean

sugarbean

76 posts

this is so helpful for me.

 

Posted Jan 6, '12 at 10:30pm

getanewhouse

getanewhouse

45 posts

Let us know how it works for you.

 

Posted Jan 7, '12 at 1:02am

CommanderDude7

CommanderDude7

2,408 posts

Id recommend this for anyone looking to get started in Stencyl. Its the first in a series that really helps to understand all the features of Stencyl.  It really helped me out.

 

Posted Feb 15, '12 at 9:36am

krisnaisawesome

krisnaisawesome

16 posts

I use StencylWorks once but I don't really understand how to use it. So I decide to use adobe flash. It is pre-installed on my laptop...

 

Posted Feb 15, '12 at 10:16am

Reamon

Reamon

10 posts

Well, you can use StecylWorks to make games faster than Flash, but it's very limited, and watch out when imagining how your game will be played, since the content is very limited. I suggest you learning AS3, and have NO LIMITS!
- Cheers, Reamon.

 
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