If you want to play online games in your browser, there's a good chance you'll need Adobe Shockwave Player, which is an essential gaming plug-in.
This player allows you to view both Shockwave and Flash content over the Web so its also a good solution if you've been having problems with your Flash plugin. Adobe Shockwave Player is compatible with all major web browsers including Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer.
Installation is very quick and you should be seeing content within a few seconds of restarting your browser. Compared to Flash for example however, Shockwave is quite resource heavy. In addition, for some reason Adobe have still not created a 64-bit version which will no doubt anger users of Snow Leopard. Those using Safari in Snow Leopard have no choice but to run in 32-bit which is unacceptable from a company like Adobe.
Like it or loathe it though, Adobe Shockwave Player is still an essential download for those who love online gaming.
Fixes security vulnerabilities.
Adobe Shockwave Player supports the following formats
DCR, SWF, FLV
Allows you to play online games
Simple to install
No 64-bit version
Can this work on Safari??? I have a Mac OS X 10.4.11, Will this work on Safari??? Please reply asap!!
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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