It's possible and is actually pretty easy to do... first of all you need to make sure you have the shockwave flash component on basic.
How to add: Tools -> Choose Toolbox Items -> .COM Componenents -> Shockwave Flash Object
Make sure to check it and then it'll appear in your toolbox. Then you drag and drop it into the form.
There's a few ways to load shockwave files into visual basic but I'll go with the one I like to use (for local files)
For it to work you need to have a folder called SWF in the project files and inside the folder your file "bot.swf".Code:Me.AxShockwaveFlash1.LoadMovie(2, Application.StartupPath & "/SWF/bot.swf")
I'm full of free time so I went ahead and did an example in visual basic doing all this. You can download the file and just replace the shockwave file and it'll work.
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