A screengamer is a screensaver and game combined in one. Take control of a mighty crab and use the clams' pearls against them to knock out all the coral blocks in this breakout style screen saver and game that takes place right on your desktop!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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Description: A screengamer is a screensaver and game combined in one. Take control of a mighty crab and use the clams' pearls against them to knock out all the coral blocks in this breakout style screen saver and game that takes place right on your desktop! The screensaver activates just like a normal one does, but pressing the right or left arrow keys allows you to take control of the crab to play the game. Hitting any other key or mouse movement, exits the screen saver just as you would expect! Listen to the beautiful sounds of the ocean, clams, and coral, or take control yourself and have some fun.
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