Although I am not talking about AS2 for almost trhee years, I am receiving continuous requests to keep on posting AS2 tutorials.
While I have no plans about AS2 tutorials, there’s an interesting deal you can enjoy:
The AS2 Games Pack, that is the collection of the 12 Flash games I released during AS2 years, whith more than 50 million loads!
I am not talking about prototypes, but the full, complete games with source codes. The same games I published, are included here.
Getting the AS2 Games Pack is a must if you are Flash game developer because you can grab the source code of successful games, improve the gameplay, change the graphics and you will have a brand new game with a genuine addicting gameplay ready to be published.
Even if you abandoned AS2, you can easily convert the games on AS3 and publish them as AS3 games, or mobile games.
Since I am giving you the games exactly how I made them, in most games you will find more versions, with different APIs which could be outdated, but the source code is fully working.
Let’s have a look at the games:
1 – Circle Chain
The game which started it all. My first Flash game, the opener of the experiment which still continues. Reviewed on Jay is Games.
Christmas themed game which can easily ported into mobile devices.
3 – Tileball
A space running game inspired by the classic C64 game Trailblazer. There are some sites selling the source code of a prototype of this game at an irrational amount of money.
4 – GuessNext
Card game which have been recently ported into an iPhone Web App
5 – Glomb
6 – BallBalance
7 – Bees n’ Flowers
Puzzle game with experimental gameplay, interesting for a mobile porting
8 – Jamag
Jamag = Just Another Mouse Avoider Game, but with a twist.
9 – Summer Couples
Drawing/matching game, I’d love to see a mobile version of it
10 – Rrode
One-button game with 2 game modes and 51 levels, sponsored by Hallpass
11 – Halloween Couples
Drawing/matching game on an hexagonal playground
12 – Red Flowers
Touch and switch puzzle game with 28 levels
Today, you can have this complete collection of real commercial games for as low as $9.99
Selling full games source codes is another way to monetize a Flash game in its aftermath, and there are portals looking for source codes to buy, but I wanted to extend the deal to every reader/developer/fan at an extremely low price.
If you make money out of this package, share your experience and I will happy to publish it on the blog.