How to Import Flash Templates Into Articulate Storyline

Articulate Storyline

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to import a Flash Game Templates into Articulate Storyline. I know what you are thinking, “Why Flash?” Remember, people are still using Flash and it can be a powerful eLearning option.

How to Get Started

First,  go to the eLearning Template Library. You must be a member to download Flash games. If you aren’t a member, but want to see how awesome our templates  work, then become a Free eLearning Templates Library member. 

In the Template Library, you’ll quickly notice that our Flash games have two download options—Actions Script 2 and Action Script 3. So, with Articulate Storyline you can only import Action Script 3.

For more information, watch the video tutorial below. Enjoy!

 

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5 Comments

  1. The tutorial is fine, however if you don’t have flash then you can’t turn it into a .swf to import?

  2. Thanks for your comment Nancy. In the tutorial we used .FLV files.

  3. Hi there, liked your tutorial, only one question. Will the imported FLV game also work in the Articulate iPad player?
    Thanks and regards.

  4. John, thanks for your comment. Let me check with a developer.

  5. Hi John, so FLV isn’t compatible with Apple products and software. You could use Adobe Edge Animate instead. It’s like Adobe Flash, mobile friendly. This could be a good workaround if you need to view it on an iPad. We even have Adobe Edge Animate templates that you might want to check out in our library. Have a great day!

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