Adobe Flash Player 11 just recently released, but perhaps the biggest news comes from the folks at Epic Games. The studio will be bringing Unreal Engine 3 to Flash Player 11, giving the Adobe program a serious advantage over other utilities. Flash Player 11 includes hardware accelerated graphics, and with the power of UE3 being added in, could mean for some seriously amazing Flash games down the road. This could even open up the potential to see some Unreal Engine games running entirely in an Internet browser, or even appear on smartphones and tablets running Flash 11. Epic Games is quite proud of the fact that UE3 is now ported to Flash, since it means an even larger user base can now experience one of the most used game engines out there.
Guess there is a use for that 64 bit version of flash already... My two biggest concerns are right clicking and memory usage. I've seen many games crash flash with just over 1GB of ram used. How will flash handle multiple GB's of memory?