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Flash Multi-player Game Tutorial - TicTacToe

This tutorial teaches you how to start creating your own multi-player flash games!
This tutorial is based on a turn-based game called Tic-Tac-Toe.


• Windows Operating system
• Flash / Flex3 development environment / FlashDevelop (
• Free Pulse SDK package from
• A complete listing is included in the package

Required Programming level

This tutorial assumes that you are already familiar with flash development and can program in AS3 with ease. It also helps if you are familiar with some Object Oriented Programming concepts.
» Level Intermediate

Added: 2009-02-21
Rating: 6.28 Votes: 25
(10 being the highest)
» Author
Prashanth Hirematada is the founder & Chief Architect of Gamantra, a game technology company.
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  • question

    Posted by yossi on 09/09/2012 11:53pm

    It AS2 or 3?

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