March 09, 2012

You’ll never believe this was done in Flash

Or that it’s shown running on an iPad. It was & it is, though. Long live the new Stage 3D:

Get the app here. [Via Tomas Krcha]

Posted by John Nack at 9:13 AM on March 09, 2012


  • Alex Russell — 9:23 AM on March 09, 2012

    This is unbelievable!
    Let this video fall in the sight of those who’ve been predicting the death of Flash!

  • zwei — 12:55 PM on March 09, 2012

    There’s a difference between a compiled Flash app, and Flash in a browser. The death of Flash as a browser plugin is all that matters.

    I’m not a fan of cross-compiled apps, but I LOATHE Flash in the browser.

  • Steven Fisher — 3:19 PM on March 09, 2012

    Flash is awesome. When you can no longer redefine awesome, it’s time to redefine Flash.

  • Timothy — 5:15 PM on March 09, 2012

    That music recreated the stutter of flash while the video remained smooth. Usually the music stays smooth, the image is choppy, I close my browser and then few seconds later the music dies. In this one the music died, the video ended, then I closed my browser.

    I guess what I am saying is this was like Flash in reverse.

  • Ken Rockwell — 10:40 AM on March 12, 2012

    Well i know people who can do that and more with less the 64 KB… you should check out the demo scene.

    this is just boring.

  • Qick9 — 2:27 AM on April 08, 2012

    Haters Gonna Hate…

  • Ryan Williamson — 8:34 AM on April 09, 2012

    I find that most people who “loath” Flash in the browser go on to commit the same crimes in HTML5. It’s not the platform that’s the problem. It’s the implementation.

  • BHBooker — 1:18 PM on April 12, 2012

    The graphics are great but do you know whats running the GUI? The interface stuff looks really smooth – was that done in flex?

  • laurent — 6:23 AM on April 15, 2012

    Amazing, good job adobe

  • jfab — 7:13 AM on April 16, 2012

    Impressive, but there’s always something smelly when you have to show a Flash demo through a vimeo video. Where’s the beef?

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