I just sampled a new shockwave game announced by the
Macromedia folks, and was very surprised at the name
of the girl in the pink dress who is the butterfly
catcher.  You learn her name by clicking on the
"How to Play" link, and reading through the instruction
book.  She introduces herself, and also signs it at the
end.

Does anyone think that there is some real significance
to her having this particular name?  Might someone on the
list actually know?


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                          Thomas A. Panfil
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-----Original Message-----
From: Shockwave Games [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2001 5:17 PM
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Subject: Herd 'em, loop 'em, catch 'em!

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HTML Message body text and graphics deleted.  The body had linked to the
following Shockwave site.  I think that Macromedia is the owner of the
Shockwave site.

http://www.shockwave.com/bin/shockwave/entry.jsp?page=/content/loop/loop
.html

Click on its "How to Play" link.

TAP