I upgraded FlashDevelop to the lastest development build and re-exported The Ramon Osborn Show Game in Flash Player 11.4 with Stage3D in constrained mode. The game now runs too fast for me (I see what a couple of my beta testers said about the dizzying camera swinging now), so hopefully the people who couldn't run it before due to latency can now.
Try it here. (If it loads instantly, you're still running the previous version of the game from your cache.) If this fixes it, I'll release the game after fixing the hyperactive camera. If it doesn't fix it, I'll give up and just say the game will probably be fun when technology catches up to it.
P.S. You do need Flash Player 11.4 for constrained mode (but it still plays in earlier versions of Flash 11 -- check to make sure you have 11.4 first) and you probably shouldn't use Firefox because it now makes the keys stick constantly. For me, anyway.
UPDATE: In response to negative feedback regarding the camera, I've swapped the secondary camera system with the default one. You can still switch to the default one that nobody likes if you want to. Or maybe nobody liked either one; I'm not certain whether anyone read the instructions. Anyway, if you still don't like the camera system, let me know how you feel I should change it. It would be easy to make it so you can rotate the camera with the keyboard, but I feel the current click-and-drag-with-mouse system allows for more precision. I guess I could include them both. But let me know what you think I should do, yes.
- Listening to: Hope Leaves the Theater