It’s been awhile since my last link post, and this time we have a huge one. I’ve added some new blogs to the Freelancer’s Flash Bash, with topics ranging from microtransactions to tutorials, game advice and more. Here is what’s been going on lately with flash game blogs.
Areagle posted a new article about HeyZap microtransactions. He includes interesting info such as eCPMs, features, and how his game fared upon release.
GamePoetry announced the results of their teaser level for Battalion: Skirmish. Apparently some gamers aren’t content with only one level.
GamingYourWay released his newest game CronusX. I’ve got something special coming up on my site involving it, and let’s just say it’s going to be a bit spacey for a week.
LostGarden has created an amazing post on money making methods in flash games. It’s a must read.
Merlin has published his new game Hotel Escape 3. Get out if you can.
Michael James Williams has a new post on game controls in his shoot ‘em up tutorials. Personally, I like moving with the arrow keys and shooting with the mouse.
PhotonStorm just launched a virtual world he’s been working on called WebbliWorld. There’s also a fantastic post on microtransactions and their ramifications. Change is brewing in the flash world.
Phil Peron has been working on an asteroids game using PushButtonEngine. It’s been interesting following along with him.
The Tech Labs created the third part of his Away3d Shoot’em Up game tutorial. Now you can kill 3d baddies.