This is a wrapper I created to launch promotional animations for Ajenda Interactive Media. The idea was that you could scroll through the dozens of animations we created and launch them from this page. Unfortunately, we only had one animation to feature at the time this was launched. Be sure to click everything you see.
The Ajenda Creativity Engine is a self-promotional Flash animation I did for Ajenda Interactive Media. It won first place (category: Entertainment/Games) in Chicago’s Association for Multimedia Communication’s first annual FlashFest.
Flash Lives on at the Internet Archive
You can view the animation using their incredible Flash emulator.
This is a movie that I helped Nova put together using Flash. She did all the art and sounds and I helped her move things around.
Here we have a half-assed game I made with flash. There is no way to win and one way to lose. Avoid the red creature by using the arrow buttons to move your character. The fact that I got the enemy to move towards the player was a big deal for me. This basic animation could be the basis for some real games in the future.
This is my first serious attempt at interactivity in Flash. Like the title says, this is a fully-functional head. You can make the eyes move, drag it around, make it talk, resize it and rotate it. Big-time fun for all!
This is the sort of thing that happens when technology falls into the wrong hands. You know you love it, so don’t even pretend.
…and this is one of my better flash movies. Starring John Burgess as the voice of the old man. The joke is ripped-off from a Cheech and Chong gag.