Flixel Power Tools
Version 1.9 (final release)
November 28th 2013
By Richard Davey, Photon Storm
The Flixel Power Tools are a package of classes designed to provide extra functionality to your Flixel 2.5+ games.
Quick Install Guide
lib folders into your ActionScript project. All the classes for Flixel Power Tools should be contained in
Now read the "Getting Started Guide" in the
Docs folder; it contains important information that will
help you compile!
Getting Started Guide
There is a comprehensive Getting Started Guide in both Word and PDF format in the
Documentation is also provided built-in to the classes. AS3 IDEs such as FlashDevelop will provide context-sensitive help for all classes and functions in the Flixel Power Tools.
Finally check out the home page at http://www.photonstorm.com/flixel-power-tools for updates.
Get the full Test Suite from here:
The Flixel Power Tools come with a comprehensive Test Suite. Use it to visually see the tools in action, and then learn from the source code and comments within.
To run the Test Suite launch the following SWF:
If you don't have Flash Player installed locally then open
index.html in a browser.
The following classes are currently in the Flixel Power Tools:
- FlxControl (includes FlxControlHandler)
- FlxFlod (includes FlxFlectrum)
Special FX Includes
I'm afraid that the Flixel Power Tools are no longer maintained by myself. I have moved on to other things.
I would strongly suggest you start using the Flixel Commmunity version of Flixel which contains updated versions of these tools.
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