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Hi, everybody! For begin, sorry for my English.

I'm looking for free or very cheap game (not just a graphics engine), based on Stage3D API.

What do I want? I want with a fast time (about 2 weeks) make arcades-runners, etc. I want to learn engine very fast (about half of a week). And I want a small size of a final SWF.

What did I see?

Flare3D 2.0. I think, that about 500 $ for a license - it is not cheap for me, but it engine is really game engine. It is very fast and well-documented, for first look.

Simple game (complete and not so simple) includes about 450 lines of source code. It is great! This engine also gives game editors.

But why is not Flare3D? Because really, Flare3D don't give you editors (they are in development). It's not integrated with Blender. I think, I can use COLLADA, but I didn't see any information about it.

Alternativa3D 8. It is have some games and demos, but there is no anyone normal tutorial like for creation of a game. There is tutorial for creating cubes, loading models, rotating cubes, etc :) Code are huge and there is not tools for Blender. There is not level editor or some other tools.

Away3D like Alternativa3D 8. There is tutorials for creating cube, shaders, skybox and others, but I think, for game engine it is mush be one-line task. There is also doesn't include any tools for game creating.

What engine you can recommend?

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