(Seeing "Enter Level Access Code" means the game is working.)
Someone requested help in getting Batman Beyond: Evolution of Evil to work. The game definitely works, it apparently just isn't compatible with current versions of Adobe Shockwave Player.
(Terry gets socked.)
It took a while to test this out as I used a Virtual Machine running Windows 98 to install old versions of Shockwave (thus avoiding screwing up my computer's configuration). I can't say for sure how well these old versions will install on modern systems. They might work on XP, but I can't be sure about Vista or Windows 7.
(Exiting the stage.)
Anyway, the game requires Shockwave version 8 at the least. It also works on version 9 (seems less buggy on this version). The game doesn't appear to work on version 10 or above.
(Batman taking a break behind some barrels.)
With the latest player, Adobe added some backwards compatibility, but only to version 10. The only way around seems to be 1.) Uninstall the current version of Shockwave, 2.) install version 9, 3.) play game, 4.) re-install current version of Shockwave.
It's annoying, but it appears to be the only way to play this game.
Older versions of Shockwave Player: kb2.adobe.com/cps/186/tn_18629.html