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hi, i have some flash games, and a flash file that i want to show when the game end,
is it possible? how?
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When the falsh game is over occured , you can call external flash file(swf) using loadMovie() command, with replacing old movie (level0) or overlapping it(level1level2,..etc).

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how do i detect the end of the game?
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You must detect it, inside the game.
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the problem is that i have 1500 diferent games, i won't start rewriting them all, i want to make a swf that will load up the game, and when it ends i want to load another swf...
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I'm affraid Dushan911 is right, if you want it to be loaded automatically, you have to get the games themselves to recognize when they're done. Surely the games have an end condition.

I'm not sure how you load the games, but if you had a "main" flash page that loads the games within it, you could have that main page define a _global function that can be called from within the game itself. It's actually not a lot of code:

In the game, add this one line to the finished condition:

_global.game_finished(<add parameters here as needed>);

Then, in the main flash page, add the following:

_global.game_finished = function(<optional parameters>) {
     // do stuff here
}
...

The "main" page doesn't even have to be that complicated, you could even just have it as a wrapper. So, it would do nothing but define the global function and load the desired game.
Also, if you already have something like that set up, all you'd have to do is add the function definition, and you'd be done.

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Yes, I don't think without editing the inside of game code you can't implement it. And even if you use shared objects also you must edit the games.

And as earlier suggested, after loading movies using loadMoive command with levels you can access that loaded movie's variables. But it depends  on the implementation structure of the game.

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by:SamuelRostol
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Hehe, if you have created 1500 games yourself, it's nonsence that you can't figure this out yourself!
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