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Posted Jan 10, '12 at 8:33pm

Nerfanator

Nerfanator

8 posts

thats confusing, can anyone tell me how to start with step-by-step direction on forum?

 

Posted Jan 10, '12 at 9:26pm

Carlytoon

Carlytoon

329 posts

thats confusing, can anyone tell me how to start with step-by-step direction on forum?

You should search more explanations on the web
 

Posted Jan 14, '12 at 8:56am

Dewi1066

Dewi1066

567 posts

thats confusing, can anyone tell me how to start with step-by-step direction on forum?


Step one - Buy some decent books on how to use Flash and Actionscript

Step two - Read them

Step three - Read them again

Step four - Attempt a small project to get used to how everything works

Step five - Read the books again

Step six - Buy some more advanced books and read them as well

Step seven - Try something a little bigger for your next project

Step eight - Ask experienced programmers for help and advice when you get stuck

Step nine - Release a basic game you've originated and get some opinions from gamers

Step ten - Study really hard in a variety of subjects whilst practicing your Flash and Actionscripting.
 

Posted Jan 17, '12 at 8:23am

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,239 posts

Knight

I would really suggest some programming class. There's no way you can master the language overnight, in a few days, or a few weeks. If you want to reach Shell Shock Level, you might need to take university courses on it.

 

Posted Jan 22, '12 at 7:14pm

mightybob

mightybob

367 posts

ExplosionsHurt is right, start smaller than shell shock or vortex wars,
those were made by pros, not first timers

 

Posted Feb 14, '12 at 12:12am

s9b1

s9b1

320 posts

What is Adobe CS5.5?

 

Posted Feb 17, '12 at 11:22pm

Annihalation

Annihalation

491 posts

What is Adobe CS5.5?


I think its the current version of Adobe Creation Suite (CS). It includes a bunch of adobe's programs, such as Flash, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc. It's over $1000 for the Suite. I think you can get Flash alone for a couple hundred dollars now days.

And to Original Poster, you don't just jump right into flash, you have to learn it slowly over time. You won't be making a game worthy of a 10/10 for at least a year from starting learning flash (most likely). Don't rush, it will only make things frustrating.
 

Posted Mar 16, '12 at 12:09pm

mjrommel

mjrommel

7 posts

hey nefanator we are same..!
i'm is very very noob to make a game

 
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