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Away3D 2013 Showreel

Away3D 2013 Showreel

Our new showreel for 2013 was released during the recent GDC conference in San Francisco, where several Away3D games were being featured at the Adobe booth in the Expo hall.

The video contains a selection of the most recent Away3D content, including several games that have yet to be released publicly. Full details of the …

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KingsRoad

KingsRoad

KingsRoad is an action role-playing game from Rumble Entertainment, a California-based developer and publisher of premium, free-to-play web and mobile games. It features next-generation graphics and gameplay delivered in the browser, utilising the Flash Platform and Away3D engine.

As a knight, archer, or wizard, you can embark on a journey across the kingdom of …

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Penthouse Pool 3D

Penthouse Pool 3D

Penthouse Pool 3D is a billiards simulation with real physics and amazing 3D graphics. Developed by Boomware Technologies as an upgrade to their initial 2D version, the game incorporates a selection of player and game modes, and utlilises a slick in-game interface for gameplay. On top of all that, you can enjoy a high quality …

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Away Foundation roadmap & releases

Over the last few weeks, there has been much internal discussion around our development roadmaps for the various libraries of the Away Foundation. We can confirm that Adobe is continuing its role as strategic sponsor of the foundation, and as we move forward this year, one of the core areas of management we will be …

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Monster trucks 360

Monster trucks 360

Monster Trucks 360 is 18 levels of fast-paced arcade action, all rendered in silky smooth 3D. Developed for Miniclip by devm-games, the game is a great example of addictive gameplay combined with beautifully smooth and detailed Stage3D graphics using Away3D.

Jan Rigerl at devm-games explains the development process in this recent blog post, …

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Sue the T-Rex

Sue the T-Rex

The slick 3D interactions of the Sue T-Rex Skeleton Puzzle installation were recently unveiled at The Field Museum in Chicago, USA. Built by interactive agency Bluecadet, Away3D 4.0 Beta was used to implement the full tyrannosaurus rex render in the background of the installation, as well as the “explore” view in each bubble.

Revealing …

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Away3D 4.1 Alpha released

Away3D 4.1 Alpha released

The Away3D Team & The Away Foundation are pleased to announce the first release of the next major Away3D iteration. Imaginatively titled Away3D 4.1 Alpha, this update represents a significant leap forward, both in terms of performance and features. Many updates have come at the request of our community, while some have been added …

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Away3D 4.0 showreel 2012

Away3D 4.0 showreel 2012

A showreel of content created using the Away3D 4.0 engine can be viewed through the YouTube link above. This contains many recent examples created in the community, including several high-profile releases by prominent design agencies and games companies from around the world.

Full details of the source material can be read in the accompanying info …

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Stepping into the 3rd Dimension with Away3D 4.0

Stepping into the 3rd Dimension with Away3D 4.0

Deep dive into the world of 3D in Flash with help from the popular open source library Away3D. Discover how to harness the GPU-accelerated world of Stage3D and create beautifully detailed 3D games and application running in Flash Player 11 and Adobe AIR 3.2.

This intensive two day course is the perfect progression for anyone

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Away3D, Adobe and The Away Foundation

Away3D, Adobe and The Away Foundation

We are pleased to announce Adobe Systems as our first official funding partner of Away3D, and an Away Foundation Strategic Member! Read an in depth interview article about the precise nature and setup of The Away Foundation over at http://blogs.adobe.com/digitalmedia/?p=4904, or continue reading here for a in depth description of what this development will …

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