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How fast do games in Flash C++ Compiler execute compared to C++?

Flash Player can now run C++ code, that is cross complied with the Adobe Flash C++ Compiler. How fast does such code run in comparison to a C++ application running as an EXE, in the context of gaming? ...
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What implications does JIT (javascript/canvas) vs. AOT (Flash) have in terms of browser based game performance?

In my experience, even till this day, I still see more of a visual lag in entity movement / animation in JavaScript (Canvas) based games than I do in Flash based games. Why is this - what exactly is ...
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A decent design for handling large creation/deletion of random objects?

So I was attempting a 'Hit the X' game (e.g Toss the turtle, spank the monkey) in which an uncontrollable object travels across the screen in hopes of hitting certain objects and avoiding others. My ...
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Can using different vertex-buffers for each vertex-attributes be good in certain scenarios?

Is there scenarios where this is actually good practice? Or does it slow down performance? Example: //Vertex format is: //X, Y, U, V var myXYs:Vector.<Number> = new <Number>[ -1, -1, ...
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Can Flash games packed for iOS and other mobile devices achieve reasonable performance?

I was thinking of developing a game in Flash, as a hobby/educational project. However, I was hoping I could make it run on a smartphone, but a friend who develops in Flash says that in their ...
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Handling Background & other objects in a Flash platformer

I asked a similar question in 'SO' not knowing about this place,anyways here goes: I wanted to know what the best approaches are while creating a platformer based game for handling background & ...
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Rendering performance for Flash games

I was reading on SO about native flash rendering vs building a custom BitmapData frame buffer and some of the answers were a bit conflicting, so I was wondering: Is it generally best practice to go ...