Flash 8 Easter Eggs

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Easter eggs you say. What is an Easter egg? An Easter egg is a bit of fun code created by developers and then hidden inside a program. Easter Eggs normally consist of games or other fun stuff, hidden inside programs, including Flash, Flash Pro, and Flash Educational versions. Most version of Flash have hidden games!

Jump to the section you need: Flash CS3 / 8 / MX04 / MX


Flash 8: First Easter Egg

Flash 8 has two Easter eggs. The first is here:

  1. Open the: Program
  2. Go to: Help > About Flash (or About Flash Professional)
  3. Click on the dot of the: Macromedia i


    Click on the dot of the macromedia i.
  4. Note: You will probably need to click several times as the button is only 1px by 1px. Eventually your mouse will stumble onto the right place.

You will then see the following hidden games:


The six hidden games that you can find in Flash MX 2004


Flash 8: The Second Easter Egg

  1. Open the: Program
  2. Go to: Help > About Flash (or About Flash Professional)
  3. Click in the centre of the: 8


    Click in the centre of the 8.
  4. Note: You will probably need to click several times as the button is only 1px by 1px. Eventually your mouse will stumble onto the right place.

You will then see a photo montage:


One of the frames from the Photo display video.

This photo slide show is a display of all the developers that worked on Flash 8.

 

Jump to the section you need: Flash CS3 / 8 / MX04 / MX

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