Monkeys Jumping - An (Incomplete) Kid's Game

This prototype of a kid's game was built using Expression Interactive Designer. It shows some simple uses of animation, hit testing and sound and is almost entirely built without code. In particular, it shows how to chain storyboards together to create extremely rudimentary game.

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2/1/2011
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