The above matching game was made in Flash Actionscript 3.0 .
(Make sure you have your speakers turned on to hear the sound effects).
It was developed as a follow-on from an excellent tutorial found on the "Flash Classroom" website, and can be viewed at this link:
The original game in the tutorial shows how to set up a game where we can match geometrical shapes to their sillouettes. This basic game comes out something like this:
The following is the Actionscript 3.0 Code that was used in these two games:
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If you struggled with the Flag Matching Game, then perhaps this very short YouTube video will help you learn your World War II history a bit better.
A classic piece of Animated story telling right there for sure.
Big Passy Wasabi