I've been working with a programmer on an app and we've since gone our separate ways. I was passed on a copy of what was supposed to be the source code of everything at the end. However, I believe I'm missing a crucial file from the app build.
It's a pretty cool, but fairly basic 2D game. Built with Starling ([login to view URL]) in ActionScript 3.
My question is, with all the files and assets mentioned below, is it possible to recover, reverse engineer, perhaps decompile, what I need to complete the app. Or will this project's code need to be re-written from scratch?
In my game 'build' I have following folders: assets, bin-debug, extensions, libs, src, and system.
I am a bit of a noob in coding (as you've probably gathered), but it looks like I'm missing the .fla file from the 'src' folder. The contents of that src folder is: com, utils (folders), [login to view URL], [login to view URL], [login to view URL], [login to view URL], [login to view URL], [login to view URL]
I was hoping that there is enough information in the .as files intact, that the restoring of the .fla to compile the build is not a big ask? With this issue resolved, I would like the developer to stay on for stage (2), which will be the full completion of the app.
If other questions stand out to you, please ask. Thanks!
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Bid Summary I have full experience in game development Project Requirements full completion of the app Relevant Skills and Experience unity, xcode, swift, objective-c Proposed Milestones $555 AUD - init