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Lulu_Jane 18-01-2009 11:44 AM

Flash Game Repository
I thought it might be nice to make a little collection of flash games we all enjoy, because I don't have enough reasons to avoid actually working :)

To get started -

The lovely and slightly surreal I Wish I Were The Moon

And one of my all time favourites, Orphan Feast

(dearest Powers That Be, I looked for a similar thread but couldn't find anything, if I missed it please just merge this :) )

Japo 18-01-2009 12:49 PM

The Warbears - Three puzzle adventures (so far), one short and easy point'n click adventure, and yet one Columns-like (if you're into that sort of thing).

The Urban Sniper

hahajejeje 18-01-2009 12:56 PM

here mine:

brrrr the last one is a bit creepy,but tell me something!! should y pick up the phone and call 911 or y should sleep?

_r.u.s.s. 18-01-2009 01:28 PM

i believe everyone remembers spoonman's topic about this game auditorium and i think it's amazing

and then i liked this game with real abandonware feeling in it

Tulac 21-01-2009 06:33 PM

For letting the little sadist inside you free.

_r.u.s.s. 21-01-2009 06:49 PM

oh man i wish i knew how to make such physics :(

Japo 22-01-2009 07:01 PM


Originally Posted by _r.u.s.s. (Post 349757)
oh man i wish i knew how to make such physics :(

Newton's 2nd Law
momentum of idem (i.e. idem cross-multiplied by position vector)
Boundary conditions
Multibody physics

_r.u.s.s. 23-01-2009 03:45 PM

i know how would i make a dot act completely like real phisics, but you wouldn't believe how retarded is implementing the boundary conditions into "next frame" prediction calculations

Japo 24-01-2009 10:06 AM

That's not for dots, it's for bodies in 3D with up to six degrees of freedom each ;) (2D movement would mean three DOF each rigid solid).

I don't know Flash but that can be integrated step by step blazing fast by coding in any generic language. For the integration of the differential equations a coarse first-order finite difference approximation would be enough for credible effects--you only need better approximations if you need to predict the behaviour of a real physical system.

_r.u.s.s. 24-01-2009 11:33 AM

i know it's for bodies and 3d, i just said that it's pain in the arse :p

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