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Is it possible to make an MMO game with Flash and ActionScript?
Is it possible to make an MMO game in Flash CS5 with ActionScript 3.0? I'm not asking how, but I'd also like to see some examples if it's already been done.
Nov 14 '11 at 7:26
Matthew Paul Chapdelaine
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