10th of January 2013 Author: Ava Jackuard
Last year Adobe decided to stop the development of Flash for Android and created Adobe AIR mobile devices. A study was done and the results were published on Thursday. Adobe paired up with Buffalo Studios, developer Bingo Blitz, to determine how they were able to use Flash in conjunction with AIR to deliver gaming applications both online and for mobile devices.
With regard to Bingo Blitz, the team used a game meant for the Web in Adobe Flash and ported it to mobile using Adobe AIR. Director for Flash Development, Lorenzo Nuvoletta, said, 'having one Adobe Flash content pipeline and using Adobe AIR to rapidly port to all devices cut our development cycle in half.'
Buffalo Studios was able to work it out but it's reasonable to believe that developing with tools that are platform agnostic works well compared to developing a native application. This specifically applies to the gaming industry but it could be beneficial to others.
SVP of Technology, Barry Sohl had this to say of Adobe's products, 'We are basing all our current and future titles on Adobe Game Developer Tools. It's very cool to be able to simultaneously release all our platforms every week, which is extremely difficult for one team to do without Adobe AIR.'
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