Visual Programming, mTropolis, Chipwits and Revolution
swartart at iafrica.com
Sun Dec 4 13:03:28 CST 2005
> Did anybody like AxelEdge from Mindavenue?
> Greg Smith
I like it, Greg. I downloaded AxelEdge two days ago, looked at it this
morning for about an hour and then had to go out. When I got back my
son (11) had done a whole character, animated it and set it to music.
He likes computers, but really just playing games. Axel pulled him in
and led him on. He never ever referred to the tutorial or help files.
You will have to download the Axel Player. Jean made a bit of
interactivity, click on the Dogbat to get music (you may have to click
more than once).
It is no Sistine Chapel, but how easily it motivated a youngster! This
is the kind of interface I can relate to. An interface has to be
attractive and inviting. Sexy, if you will. My field being fine art,
including design, I would be most willing to get involved with any
project looking at a Rev makeover. In fact, if anybody wants some
artistic input for their project, I would be only too happy to help.
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