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February 25, 2009

Contest – What can you do in 25 lines of ActionScript?

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Written by: Par
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So what if I said, I’m going to have a contest… an ActionScript programming contest. The goal is to make something truly extraordinary, something that makes you get up and a say wow, that’s amazing. But then I throw in a catch… you only get 25 lines of ActionScript to write the whole program. That’s what kp from 25lines.com said and the results, well, they are amazing. Click the links below and check it out. At least two of the entries are games so you definitely want to give them a good look over.

Here’s the January 2009 Contest Entries:

http://www.25lines.com/?page_id=186

And here’s a previous contest with equally mind blowing flash. And the winner was a game… in 25 lines of code :D

http://www.25lines.com/?page_id=139

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About the Author

Par
Hey! Don't be surprised, I'm a flash developer. While Flash is definitely one of my favorite languages to develop in, most of all I just like making games. If you want to see the games I've developed so far head over to my website, DigitallyBold, in the link below. If you want to know more about what I'm working on now and in the future be sure to follow me on twitter.




6 Comments


  1. it seems to me that the links are dead-


  2. Par

    I don’t think so… they all are working for me.


  3. yeah I agree, they are dead. Can’t open either


  4. Maggi

    Subject is quit intresting but link are dead….


  5. PHROFYZ

    indeed all links are dead


  6. oliver

    definitely dead – I’d love to see some of these examples though. Are they hosted elsewhere??



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