Over the last week or so we have seen a ton of new Flash games being launched both on the web and on mobile devices. With Stage3D, big gaming companies and indie developers alike are seeing huge successes. I just wanted to share a few of them for you to check out.
Zynga launches Farmville 2
It may be one of the titles that serious gamers love to hate, but this new version of Farmville is so beautiful that I think you will be impressed either way. They used Stage3D along with the Flare3D framework to bring a more console-quality feel to the game. All I can say is launch the game and go into fullscreen mode and check out the graphics and animation. Below is a photo of it running on my cinema display.
What’s Hot? Hexagon that’s what!
Hexagon is a popular web-based Flash game that was recently ported to iOS using Stage3D. This is one of the hardest games I have ever played (no joke). But after only a few days it is already in the front-page What’s Hot section of the iPad app store with 5-star reviews.
Wonderputt raking in the iOS cash
One of the most well-designed games I’ve played this year is called Wonderputt. This web-based Flash game was an IGF 2012 finalist for visual art and it has now been ported to the iPad. It has only been a day but it is already the 10th paid app in the app store. Check this one out as it is one of my favorites! Read more about the game over on Tom’s blog.
This is just a quick snapshot of what’s happening right now. I can’t wait for you to see what’s next!