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pezflash says

Someone smoking weeds again :P

Not weeds. Bubbles. ;)

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XanderRock says

Cmon guys, if there wouldn’t be those kind of files how can authors improve themselves?

Imagine your very very first works that keeps getting rejection you would probably stop developing.

and a quick note : AS3 rocks :)

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BigZ says

Cmon guys, if there wouldn’t be those kind of files how can authors improve themselves?

Imagine your very very first works that keeps getting rejection you would probably stop developing.

and a quick note : AS3 rocks :)

I should upload my awsome rotating square :D j/k Anyway this thread is useless, I have tried it, it always somehow leads to AS2 /AS3 discussion.

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wickedpixel says

underwater volcano farts. :P


on topic:

Every day passes this market looks less attractive for quality developers. It’s not that inviting to start working to submit something when this market has already 5 billion files and almost any file that “is not broken” is approved.
I am the only one that sees it like this?
This starts to look like biiig Flash file graveyard. ...and I don’t say it with hate or anything. The ocean of files already existent is good enough(in terms of market profit) for things to remain like this?

I had and still have some plans for this market… but they fade every day. yeyey.

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BigZ says

underwater volcano farts. :P


on topic:

Every day passes this market looks less attractive for quality developers. It’s not that inviting to start working to submit something when this market has already 5 billion files and almost any file that “is not broken” is approved.
I am the only one that sees it like this?
This starts to look like biiig Flash file graveyard. ...and I don’t say it with hate or anything. The ocean of files already existent is good enough(in terms of market profit) for things to remain like this?

I had and still have some plans for this market… but they fade every day. yeyey.

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plusquare says

+1 wickedpixel, I, as an author don’t feel very motivated to make a huge release just from looking at the latest 20 or 30 files :/

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pezflash says

I am the only one that sees it like this?

No, you are not. But seems that high instances have other plans for this marketplace.

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flashedge says

It’s the old tail chasing story. Good authors refrain to publish decent stuff and all what’s left are crappy files to approve.

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pezflash says

It’s the old tail chasing story. Good authors refrain to publish decent stuff and all what’s left are crappy files to approve.

I don’t think all left are crappy, there are some nice files, ideas, templates, components… released lately, but obviously like 60% of the recent stuff couldn’t go beyond an appropiate quality standards policy. If this policy is the correct one, and if it’s not being applied correctly lately is what needs to be discussed here.

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XanderRock says

No offense but even top sellers dont make any good files any more.

Last high quality template I saw on AD was Chameleon. And since that all I see is the same template base and almost the same template look. So it looks like designers are out of ideas.

So it seems AD needs new developers that can improve themselves with AS3 and make more unique works.

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