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Customizable games?

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03-13-2010, 10:27 PM
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I've seen several websites where you can buy either the source code for the Flash game or simply get it branded with your company name on it. I'm wondering if anyone has used such sites and if so, how user-friendly was the source code for the game you bought as I've considered giving it a try but with a $200+ price tag, I want to make sure that my investment will be worthwhile. I'm mainly looking to edit small things such as sprites and of course a link back to my website.

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Hello A2K10

This would actually depend on how well the flash programmer commented his code. When I do a project that is to be released on one of the free sites I always provide plenty of comments and explanations. But this is not something most designers/programmers practice.

Basically ask questions first before purchasing. This also gives you a chance to see how well they respond to customer emails and evaluate there support.


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