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The advent of Adobe's Flash, an easy-to-program and ubiquitous platform, allowed many wannabe game developers to learn their skills quickly. Free tutorials, both from Adobe and online, gave these developers the basics of 2D game creation, and soon you couldn't avoid Flash-based games and animations. However, few professional Indies emerged from Flash. Developers could make some money from advertisements, so animations like Homestar Runner and Weebl and Bob, could thrive, but most people developed in Flash just to get the attention and CV credentials to get employed by advertising and design agencies. FLASH mHKES H SPLHSH


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