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Old 10-13-2004, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default Simple game / self-promo

As an illustrator and designer, I have used Flash in a more right-brained approach. So as a personal challenge, I decided to take on a project that relied a lot more heavily on ActionScript coding.

The result was a game and self-promo piece for my online portfolio that was looely-based on "Wooly Willy," a toy from my childhood. The only purpose this page serves, other than to give potential prople who might hire me a laugh, is to demonstrate that while I may never be a champion ActionScript coder, I could switch from the art & design phase and help out with some of the coding in a pinch.

In any case, the url to my page is here. I would love some feedback.

I have to thank many of the people from the "ActionScript 2.0 forum" who helped me when I got stuck.
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:42 PM   #2
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seems to work ok. When potency is up about 350 and you click alot on the guys head it really kills the CPU.
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:59 PM   #3
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When potency is up about 350 and you click alot on the guys head it really kills the CPU.
I suppose that may be one of the downsides of working on a computer like a G5 with a dual processor: I tested it and it didn't slow down too much for me but that's not to say it wouldn't for someone else.

Thanks for trying it out.
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