Sothink SWF Decompiler Review

Works extremely well.

Submitted by bamman62 on Tue, 2010-09-28 00:04.
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The lowest price: 71.99$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Aesthetically Appealing UI, Does what it says it can, User Friendly
Unable to make minor edits to the file (Like excluding a resource), Not free

-I used several flash games and videos to test this program out. It does everything that it claims to do. I was particularly impressed by the visual interface, which greatly reminds me of the Microsoft Office 2007 layout.

-I started off with a small flash game that was readily available for download (It was called Mario 47, strange game). After downloading it, I opened up "Sothink SWF Decompiler" and tested it out. It neatly broke the game up into all of it's components, and organized them in a very user friendly manner. It was fairly easy to find what I was looking for, and I had absolutely no issues with the dissected data.

-This process was repeated with several games of increasing volumes/flash editions, and there were no slip-ups.

-To make a judgment on the quality of the file exports, I decided to export an entire game (Mentioned in the first sentence) into each of its components. This worked wonderfully, the files were neatly broken up into a folder (which was named after the original file) and divided with subfolders (audio, sprites, images, actions, etc.). Each file maintained individual functionality with no compatibility issues. This program perfectly performed its task.

-The FLA export also functioned with no notable issues in the conversion.


"Sothink SWF Decompiler" will do everything that it claims to do, and will effortlessly get the job done. If there is a problem with any flash file, this program is an asset.