Collegebroadcast offers an opportunity to take a break from the pressures of school and life. Stated in just four words, “Our Mission is Fun,” the home page prepares the viewer for all multimedia interaction available.
Double-click on “Shockwave player” and discover a fun-land right inside your computer. The user can choose to go to music, play Tetris, email chess
and watch different television shows.
What adds to the interaction of the site is the user is placed in various “settings” while deciding on what they want to view. Setting options include a jungle, spaceship, and “the west”.
Within the different activities available, users can design interactive greeting cards and create puzzles from personal pictures.
When you’re not in the mood to be creative, there’s lots of music and video games to select from. Speed Wheel of Fortune, Baseball and Bricks of Steel, just to name a few, are available.
If the traditional game show is draining the last of your brainpower, cartoon shows offer nice refreshment. View cartoons such as “Joe Cartoon,” “7th Portal,” “South Park,” “Thugs on Film,” “Peanuts,” “Election 2000 Debate,” and “28 Days”.
Regular users can enjoy the daily box “Guide to Everyday,” which features site and music video of the day and send someone a greeting.
The macromedia shockwave’s main objective is to add life to the web. Collegebroadcast not only keeps viewers from boredom, but other sites such as Disney.com have also utilized it.
The site is available through Windows 95,98 and 2000, AOL and other Internet connections.