I'm hesitant of anybody that still uses flash.
Now a days I cringe at the word...flash. *shudders*
To me, flash is so 90's and in terms of how long its been out vs development and security...
Just time to retire that old dinosaur and let HTML5 and Unity reign.
I think what keeps holding Unity back is the fact you have to download it. Took flash a long time to get accepted and even more time to be integrated(chrome). At least with HTML5 everything is there and ready to use.
Things like C2 make it easier for us indy devs.
Starter script kiddies go and dl nulled or free scripts change a few things and think they made something.
Then there are the advanced script kiddies who compile scripts from all of the web and alter them as needed while learning to make a whole app. Thats pretty much us atm.
Only difference is C2 has the entire script library ready for us to combine. No searching. After awhile we get curious and dabble into making our own scripts(plugins, behaviors ect...). There is not much difference other than us not having to scour the webs to learn how to code one little line.
Then there are those who try to be "Pure". Takes years to learn a programming language. Then make a pong clone. Then pacman, ect... They start coding at 15. Makes game of their own at 30 something....claims to be master race.
Its all in your personal preference, time on your hands, who you know, and living situation.