This screensaver shows the outstanding scenes of the underwater life: the photos of exotic fishes, dolphins, tortoises, corals etc. More than 100 stunning picture transition effects are used in the slideshow. Dip into the amazing underwater world.
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Description: This screensaver shows the outstanding scenes of the underwater life: the photos of exotic fishes, dolphins, tortoises, corals etc. More than 100 stunning picture transition effects are used in the slideshow. This free screen saver will dip you into the amazing underwater world. The photo-realistic colorful graphics let you enjoy real feel of the sea.
It is fully customizable, allowing you to change an image duration, position, transistion effects etc. Enjoy the beauty of underwater world with this amazing free screensaver!
Key Features of the Free Underwater World Screensaver:
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