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Game Reviews – 26 Dec 2010

Game Reviews – 26 Dec 2010

You might have noticed I didn’t post the last couple Weekly Updates on Sundays, I’m sorry for that but it has been a busy time and I have been also thinking of changing it to a Weekly Games post.

In the new format, which starts today, I’ll provide links to some new games and review 2 or 3 in more depth. This week we have Bubble Tanks 3, Flight and Insidia along with a few others.






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FDT 4 Review

FDT 4 Review

I’m really excited to be reviewing FDT4! I’ll try not to be influenced by the fact that I simply love this software so I hope I can keep this as neutral as possible. I will actually point out other options, their pros and cons as well as the pros and cons of FDT4. Bare in mind that I’m by no means an expert in all of these editors and I will probably miss a lot of features and not be accurate about all editors, I count on help from comments to point out any mistakes which I will promptly correct.











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“Getting your Flash game sponsored” Book Review

When I learned that Ryan Wolniak from Freelance Flash Games was writing a guide about selling Flash games I was really interested and have been curious for its release even since. The book came out on last Monday, 25th of October, under the name “Getting your Flash game sponsored” and promises a step-by-step guide with 186 pages separated into 6 chapters that will help Flash developers getting their games sponsored.











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Kindisoft SecureSWF Review

Kindisoft SecureSWF Review

Everyone that uses Flash and specially for distributed applications or games knows that their files can be torn apart, rebranded and redistributed on other machines or domains. This is a big problem for anyone that worked hard to make something unique and even profit from their expertise.

There is no way to 100% protect SWF files, however there are other companies that try to do the opposite by encrypting and obfuscating your compiles SWF’s so that the resulting decompiled files are virtually unusable, some might even crash the decompiler software if not run by a second software that successfully decrypts it.

I’ll be reviewing the Professional edition of Kindisoft SecureSWF because it is the only one that inspired some level of protection for me.











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