Stencyl 1.3.4 - Includes iOS Exporting

VirusChris

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Wow! It's been a long time since I've been here! I haven't been keeping track of Stencyl's progress as I was busy with work and a number of video games I was playing.

Anyway it looks like Stencyl is doing great and has a number of updates which is awesome!

Though I want to know if the current Stencyl build can create console-based games, or executable games like those games you download onto your computer or PC games, because I saw it mentions a feature in this News article about "web-based" features so I was wondering.


I'll take a look at those tutorial videos now, and update my Stencyl program as I haven't touched it in months!

I look forward to Stencyl 2.0 and it's amazing features in the future Jon!
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Alexin

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No "console-based games".
To distribute a game on Windows you'll need to create a Flash game, export to SWF, open it with the Flash player and create a Projector (.exe).
"Find the fun"
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Jon

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Steam-based games can happen in the future. We just have to export to Adobe AIR, which Steam supports.

1MrPaul1

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Can we share or sell games as projector?

Steerpike

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Can you tell us what is your workspace folder (invoke sw, go to File->Preferences->Workspace->Workspace Folder)?
Ah! Fixed it!
It was set to C:/users/... It wouldn't let me change it to the Stencylworks Installation Folder because I didn't have write permissions. So it ran it again as Administrator, changed the Workspace Folder and now the Crash Course Kit shows up as an option in Create a New Game.
Thank you so much Rob for solving this problem :)

VirusChris

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I see, thanks Alexin and Jon! Good to know! ^_^
INVOKE... VIRUS SOUL!!! ~ Chris Yuushi
"VirusChris" manga project - Unleash the power of the Nazo Virus