Hi, I have been thinking about learning a new language to get back into the long time abandoned hobby of game making like I used to(thanks to SMBC). I was starting to learn AS3, but then I thought I saw a mention from Jay somewhere on here mentioning something about Haxe. I looked into it and it seems very interesting. The problem is, I have been testing out a tone of games made in AS3 and Haxe and have yet to see anything halfway decent. The reason I ask here is because when I play Crossover, everything about the game feels soo smooth and nostalgic to the SNES days. But when I play something from Haxe or AS3, I cannot find anything half of what Crossover feels like. I know Crossover was made in CS6 which using AS3. If I use Haxeflixel or Haxepunk, could I make a decent sized game that runs that smooth? Does anyone have any knowledge or thoughts on this? I want to try to avoid Unity, although I have no problem learning Python. I think I am shooting for Haxe because I like the option of everything being easily capable of running on any system. Any thoughts? I have been googling this forever but the prob is I have yet to see anything that feels as smooth and awesome as SMBC. I thought I read somewhere that Jay found interest in Haxe and it got me very curious. Also, Jay, if you read this, are you giving Unity another shot or have you moved on from that? You have given me alot of inspiration to get back into programming and that is why I ask this here.