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The best software for making interactive cartoons and games

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I am interested in making an interactive graphic novel and publishing it on different platforms. I would like it to be possible to click the speech button and have boxes come up related to the speech bubble text. I would also like to produce something where you can hover over text and you can produce an explanation for that part of the text. I have photoshop is adobe ImageReady the best tool for what I am trying to do (at least in terms of creating an interactive button)?

I would also like to make interactive video games and make it look fairly professional and have the ability to be utilised on many platforms what would be the best tool(s) for this?

The tool needs to work on windows and be something that needs little or no programming ability.
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