Flash AND HTML5, Unicorns Exist!

A few days ago, Mochi Media announced that it was shutting its doors, and shutting down its services by the end of the month. This week, GDC began, but there was no Flash Gaming Summit – a long-running event of five years. Although some believe Mochi Media to be an isolated case, others are calling it the “canary in the coal mine,” signaling the end of “the era of Flash web gaming.” Read more

March 18, 2014

New Releases of Haxe and OpenFL

A new version of Haxe has been released! Read more

March 4, 2014

New Year, New OpenFL

It may seem like an awkward time to talk about the new year, “It’s nearly spring!”, you might say. You are right! We have been quite busy, and although the blog has remained silent, we assure you that the wait has been worth it. Read more

February 26, 2014

Free SWF Library

Thanks to the OpenFL & Tizen partnership, for a limited time, we are able to offer a free version of the SWF library. This is not compatible with HTML5, but does support native platforms, so you can leverage SWF assets in your native desktop and mobile applications, while this offer is still available. Read more

December 21, 2013

$100 Special Offer (Until Dec 31st)

Tizen is offering an additional $100 incentive per title for games and applications that are submitted to the Tizen Store by the end of the year. This is in additionto their cash incentives, which can be as high as $1750 per title (depending on the quality and number of downloads it has received on other platforms). This is a guaranteed $100 per title, but only until the end of the year. Read more

December 21, 2013

OpenFL Meets Lime

Years ago, we worked on a project that many of you know, called NME. The goal of NME was to build a way to make it simple to use Haxe for native mobile and desktop applications. Over time, NME continued to develop better platform support, new features and more intelligent command-line tools, even crossing the line to unify C++, Flash and JavaScript builds under the same API. Read more

December 18, 2013