How to Make a Naruto Sprite Fighting Game in Flash 8

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How to Make a Naruto Sprite Fighting Game in Flash 8
You can create your own fighting game. (mouse image by asiana from Fotolia.com)

Creating flash games can be a long, intricate process or a short simple process. If you understand programming and know how to use ActionScript, you can create your own Naruto Sprite fighting game from scratch. However, if you only understand basic programming or lack skills completely, you can download source code from the Internet or use basic programming techniques to create a simple fighting game. For most flash games, set the frames per second to about 40.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Draw the Naruto sprite using the flash drawing tools. Click on the "pen" tool and move the mouse to draw a basic sprite. Click on the sprite while holding "F8." Enter "Instance1" into the popup window and press "OK." This turns the sprite into a small movie clip.

  2. 2

    Double-click on "Instance1." Move your mouse to the timeline and click on the movie file's first frame. Enter "stop();" into the timeline.

  3. 3

    Click on the first frame in the timeline. Draw a different Naruto sprite, using the flash drawing tools. Click on the sprite while holding "F8." Enter "Instance2" into the popup window and press "OK."

  4. 4

    Click on the second sprite and drag your mouse into the first frame of the "Instance1" movie file. Release the mouse. Repeat this process for each of the frames of "Instance1."

  5. 5

    Double-click on the last frame of "Instance1" and enter the text "gotoAndStop(1);" into the frame.

  6. 6

    Click on the first frame of the file. Use a Lasso tool to attach the first Naruto sprite to "Instance1." According the Flash Kit Tutorials, you should enter the following into the code "Step10" then "onClipEvent (enterFrame) {if (Key.isDown(Key.DOWN)) {_parent.play(); } }." Enter the following code into the frame "onClipEvent (enterFrame)" then "{ if (Key.isDown(Key.LEFT)) { this._x -= 5; _xscale = -100; }" then "if (Key.isDown(Key.RIGHT)) { this._x += 5; _xscale = 100; } }."

  7. 7

    Use the Lasso tool to attach the second sprite to "Instance2."

  8. 8

    Press the "New Level" button. Draw the background for your Naruto fighting game using the computer.

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