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    Which software is used for 2D vector game art like in Angry Birds?

    Hello,
    I just arrived.
    I found very many interesting topics but no answer to my initial problem:

    which software was used to produce 2D art (presumably rasterized vector) for top notch games like angry birds space, cut the rope or amazing alex? (amazing alex gameplay)
    I caught a glimpse here but did not recognize. do you know?
    my main interest lies in platforms iOS and Android.


    thanks a million!

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    You know, I assumed that they used Adobe Illustrator or Flash to do those games but, looking at the video, I can't tell what they were using. The animation seems to have come along way though, it seems a lot more sophisticated now.

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    I'd say the same.
    The animation is very smooth in it, could be by the use of added variables in AS3.

    Although this is interesting...http://techcrunch.com/2011/02/28/cre...ng-him-credit/

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    They're using mutliple software titles to create this.

    If you look at the guy drawing on the Cintiq it is clearly Sketchbook Pro.

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