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Climbing a pyramid? Sounds like learning to code

I chose to do a trivia game, and it’s called Climbing the Food Pyramid. After looking at a lot of online trivia games, I knew that using consistent font and consistent patterns was key to making it feel put together. One thing … Continue reading

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Why do I keep choosing ocean themes…

Click here to play my game. My “dungeon game” is called Mario’s Under the Sea Quest, because I tried to fashion it after the old-school Mario video games, specifically in the parts when he was underwater. I looked at Google … Continue reading

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Dungeon disaster…and it’s just the beginning

Play here. I’m not quite sure what went wrong with my code. I followed Rex religiously, and had a friend check out my code, but we couldn’t figure out the problem. I double- and triple-checked my instance names and movie clips … Continue reading

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Starfish Squisher

The name of my game is Starfish Squisher. I have no idea actually where the beach theme came from, because I’m not a huge fan of being covered in sand, or of salty, tangled hair, or of those creepy ocean … Continue reading

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80’s Movie Trivia – So Radical

Needless to say, this assignment was pretty tricky at first. My trivia questions revolved around 80’s movie trivia, because they are some of my favorite movies. Especially John Cusack’s roles in his 80’s films. I used Google to search for … Continue reading

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Man chased by dog. Haley chased by Flash-induced torture.

I suppose the name of my animation is rather simple, much like its storyline and my own experiences with Flash, which is “Rough Day”. I’m not really sure where the idea for the story came from, but when I first … Continue reading

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Making Progress

  A little shaky with the pencil tool, but here’s my motion tween 1. This task was fairly simple, minus keeping the pencil straight without shaking too much. It’s cool that you can use it to move objects in crazy … Continue reading

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