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Artificial Intelligence in Flash CS5/ Flash Develop?

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Hi, so i need to know all the information i can about A.I (particularly about enemy A.I) in Flash Cs5 and Flash Develop.

Is it hard?
what recourses do i need?
any tips or adives that i can use?

Thanks mates!

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AI is AI.
Language is language.

Those concepts are not terribly dependent on one another. It's like saying, "I need to learn how to write a compelling short story in French." If you know how to write compelling stories, you can do it in any language you happen to be fluent in. Therefore, if you are fluent in Flash, and you know how to program AI (in any language) then you can do it in Flash.

That being said, AI can be as simple as an if/then statement or it can be incredibly complex... regardless of the language. Flash will have its limitations compared to other, more robust languages. But if you were wanting to do a robust game, you wouldn't be limiting yourself to Flash in the first place.

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thank you for that advice, but reason being is that im trying to make a game to be submitted to armorgames using flash. On top of that i already have flash CS5 on my computer, in responce to me being fluent, i would say that im a noob, but im learning flash. pretty soon ill be out of the noob phase. reason i like flash is because its (in my personal opinion) easy to understand and has a very freindly interface. do you have any adivce on how to start to make AI?

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If you dig back a page or two on this very forum, you can find probably a dozen threads asking the same question. Most of them are not Flash-specific, but as Dave already pointed out, that doesn't matter. AI is AI is AI. I would suggest reading through some of the history here, as your general question has been addressed quite a few times already, and there's a lot of good advice hidden away in older threads. Of course if you have specific questions please feel free to ask!

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