That was fun!! Great use of stock, how creative ^.^
The part I almost gave up on was the placement of the gramophone. I thought perhaps I was wrong, til I looked in the comments and saw that yes, indeed, you do use it there, so I just kept trying and finally got it right. Maybe you could make the placement a teensy bit less specific?
you kinda answered you own question, you use flash to make a flash game and in this case i used photoshop a lot too as there is about 50 images in this game.
you can find tutorials all over the internet on how to use flash, start with the easy stuff. you wont be making a game like this right away, however nothing in this game is especially advanced, just time consuming to make.
I was just now able to reply. Thank you for the advice.
I am wondering about something else now. If I want to have a photomanipulation have gif images that are animated in them, would I need another program besides photoshop like flash as well or would photoshop be all I need? I just want to have a few images be moving in the manip which I already have a gif file so I don't know if flash is needed. I am still pretty new at all these programs so I don't know. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated!
I'm stuck. I got the gunpowder, shoestring, grammaphone, and the matches and I saw in the comments about a box and a fuse. I don't see a box except the red one and none of these items are working with it.
How long did it take you to find the ruby? I'm a bit thick, and can't work out how to get all the pieces to work together - gunpowder, matches, oily string and the gramophone Well done for finishing it!
this is just brilliant! But I'm stuck now ... I've got a red key, a grey key and I can see the green key but don't know how to get it down. I tried using the skeleton arm, but obviously that's wrong! Wah! I'm supposed to be working, but I'm now hooked on your game. I'm very impressed and most honoured to have my stock included in it