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Tuesday, February 8, 2005

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Torque Engine Adds Flash Support
8:14 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story

Looking to shake things up a bit on the ever-growing Torque engine, a new GUI component that embeds a Flash player has been added to the platform. Based on GameSWF, the component includes support for most Flash 6 and a few Flah 7 features, and will allow users to apply these to menus, GUIs, and in-game movies.

Thomas "Man of Ice" Lund and Brian Richardson have been working hard on getting Flash working within Torque. The new Flash GUI component has support for animations, text and most flash 6 things as well as some features in flash 7. Game developers will now be able to use Flash to spice up menus, add extra eye candy to GUIs and create interesting intros and cut-scenes.
A resource allowing users to add this component has been put up at the Resources page at the GarageGames site. Those who wish to see a demo can also download a sample movie.

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