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12Jun
2014
Flash And AIR 14 Released

That was fast! Just weeks after we announced the betas of Flash Player 14 and AIR 14 Runtime (and SDK), the team has announced that these new runtimes have been released.

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6Nov
2013
Adobe Gaming SDK 1.3 Released

Adobe Gaming SDK 1.3 has been released. Improvements include AIR support for iOS7 and Mac OS 10.9.

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17Jul
2013
Adobe Gaming SDK Updated

We just announced the release of Adobe Gaming SDK version 1.2 (via the Adobe Creative Cloud). This latest update enhances this essential collection of frameworks, code samples, and learning resources that work together to help game developers create and deliver ActionScript games across multiple devices.

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23Mar
2013
Andy Trice Builds A Game In PhoneGap

Adobe evangelist Andy Trice has outdone himself this time. PhoneGap Legends is an infinitely-scrolling top-view RPG themed game that is implemented entirely in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PhoneGap. Performance is superb, and Andy has included lots of details, videos, and source via GitHub.

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31Jan
2013
Adobe And Gaming

Diana Helander has written up a great summary of our gaming agenda for 2013, and has included this graphic with some pretty astounding statistics:

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23Jan
2013
Amazon AIR Support For Game Developers

Creating games using Flash and AIR? The Amazon Mobile App SDK now includes AIR native extensions that give you access to In-App Purchasing and GameCircle APIs. Diana Helander provides details on the Adobe Digital Media Blog.

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6Dec
2012
Lots Of Adobe Gaming News

Earlier this week we announced the availability of Adobe Game Developer Tools which includes a new gaming SDK to help developers get started, Adobe Scout (formerly Monocle), and the Flash C++ Compiler.

Along with this we've also updated the Adobe Gaming site and the ADC Game Development site.

In all of this excitement you may have missed the publication of two important guides (both intended to be living work-in-progress documents), Game development and Game art, design, and business.

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