Though somewhat cumbersome, Macromedia Flash allows flexibility and ease of integration between music, movie clips, animated objects and backgrounds to provide a very rich multimedia experience.
Macromedia (later purchased by Adobe) developed the Flash platform, which both shrank file size immensely and increased the ability of the web browser to stream audio and video.
If multimedia business presentations involving rich media objects like videos, animations and audio is what you do, you may choose Macromedia Flash.
To play Jeopardy online, you must be running Windows 98 or later, Internet Explorer 5.0 or later and Macromedia Flash 6 or later.
Other software like Macromedia Flash allows you to create 2-dimensional images that can be manipulated to work like 3-D images.
You must have Macromedia Shockwave installed on your computer to play, and there is a link to the download on the game.
Other games use Shockwave, a gaming technology originally created by Macromedia and then spun out into its own company.
Shockwave.com is owned and operated by Macromedia, the people who make Flash, Director, and (of course) Shockwave.
You can also play Macromedia Flash Lite games using the four-way screen navigation as a control pad.
Adobe's Flash (originally created by Macromedia) is a very popular tool for interactive designers.