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Diamond Drop: A Flash Puzzle game

CrazyJim1 (809850) writes | more than 3 years ago

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CrazyJim1 (809850) writes "I ported this game to teach myself Flash(AS3) from C/C++. Flash is a lot like C/C++. If you wondered if it is worth learning Flash and you know C/C++, pick it up if you want to do web games. Diamond Drop is fun if you like puzzle games. It is fresh and different. There is strategy involved and I don't know what the best method for getting a highscore is. You could try dropping the pieces fast, like Tetris, and play quickly for score. You can try setting up combos for score. Finally there is the possibility of repeatedly clearing the entire board, but that is really tricky to do and some luck is involved. Post your highscore and tell your strategy for playing."
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