Write or draw an overall concept for the game,including all the different actions the player can take, the graphics you will need and an objective that needs to be completed to win the game. Design the major components of your game before beginning the coding, so you have a springboard to work from and a logical order to follow when creating the various aspects of the program. Open the flash MX professional program by double clicking on the desktop icon, or by accessing the start menu and clicking on programs. Use the animation features of the flash program to draw the graphical objects in the game, or import your own custom made graphics from another program. Code the standard functions and classes you will need to call multiple times during the game. Use an if then loop to run continually while the game is on that confirms if objects still need to be drawn to the screen. Access the ActionScript portion of the flash software to script out specific events in the game, such as displaying of text or changing of levels. save your project and play it on your own computer to test it for bugs. Go back through your code and correct any mistakes that may cause unexpected crashes or game issues after testing.Export your game to a website.