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How to Create a Flash Count Timer
With Flash and Actionscript 2, we`ll practice how to use some movie clip animation to create a timer that counts up.

How to Create a Windows 98 Loading Bar Animation in Flash
Here`s a blast from the past in this tutorial we`ll show you how to create a Windows 98 style loading bar in Flash. We`ll show you two variations rectangle bars and full bar.

How to Make a Realistic String in AS3
Cool Flash and ActionScript tutorial showing you how to program and animate realistic strings with the 1D wave equation.

How to Test If a Point is Inside a Polygon AS3
Inside this article you will learn how to test whether or not a point resides within a polygon inside Flash using ActionScript.

Create a Sidescrolling Platformer Game in AS3
Compelling 13 part game development tutorial that walks you through the steps to create your own side-scrolling platformer game in Flash with ActionScript 3 (AS3).

Pixel Text Effect in Actionscript 3
This Actionscript and Flash programming tutorial is great if you want to create a cool looking pixelated text effect in a few easy steps.

Making the Camera Change Focus Effect in Flash
Create an interactive image where the camera blurs or sharpens as the user moves their mouse over it.

Designing a Pac-Man with Frame-by-Frame and Motion Tween Animation
If you are a fan of Pac-Man, you will love this Flash tutorial, in which you will recreate the game using some basic animation techniques.

Flash CS3 Animation Basics: Motion Tween
The first lesson in a series showing you basic animation techniques in Flash, focusing primarily on the motion tween.

Create Twinkling Stars Using Graphic Symbols
Flash animation guide showing the techniques needed to create twinkling stars with graphic symbols as your base.