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  • Blog Post: Moving the Popfly Game Creator engine from Silverlight 1 to 2

    In our most recent Popfly update, we shipped the project I’ve been working on for the last couple months (along with Patrick Wong, Tim Rice and help from the rest of the team), which is a fully backwards compatible game engine, completely rewritten from browser based JavaScript rendering using Silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Performance Tips (Part 1)

    While we’re constantly working to improve the performance of the Popfly Game Creator , there are a number of tweaks you can make to your games right now to improve your users’ frame rate. Right now, there are two main bottlenecks for games created using Popfly and depending on the characteristics...
  • Blog Post: Popfly September Update

    While I’ve been working on a super secret (ok, just regular secret and probably not exciting to anyone but me) project the last month which you won’t see for a bit, the rest of the Popfly team found time in between actually super (and secret) projects of their own to provide a couple cool updates to...
  • Blog Post: Popfly Game Creator at PAX

    For those of you in the Seattle area this coming weekend for PAX , be sure to stop by the Microsoft booth if you’re interested in checking out the Popfly Game Creator.  I will be giving a demos of the PGC Friday at 5:00, as well as Saturday and Sunday at 11:30 AM.  I’ll also hang around at...
  • Blog Post: Rainbow Duckies - Great post on creating games with grandchildren

    Michael Leonard is another engineer on the Popfly team and just posted a great entry on the experience he had testing the Popfly Game Creator with his granddaughters. It really is a great example of the interactions you can have when you're not just playing games, but actually making them .
  • Blog Post: Capping your actor’s speed

    If you’ve been playing around with Popfly Game Creator long enough, you’ve probably noticed that if actors get going fast enough, they can sometimes manage to fly right through a wall.  There are some things you can do to get around this like making your walls extra thick, or making sure your actors...
  • Blog Post: Mailbag: Even Easier Music

    Reader Michael Sterling pointed out today (or rather late last night) a neat tool that lets you create music even more easily than with Finale: For people who want even easier music creation so are willing to give up some of the nuance that Finale offers, they could try JamStudio.com. It's kind of like...
  • Blog Post: Creating Music for Popfly Game Creator

    Sound and music is probably one of the most overlooked areas of new hobbyist game developers. Just adding a cheesy soundtrack and cute hopping and squishing noises subtly changes a boring, simple game into one that feels professional and complete . The funny thing is that usually this process is completely...
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