A Christmas 3D screensaver with a fir-tree, lights and snow. Changeable size and quantity of snowflakes and colored lights, twinkling and color. Menu allows to change lights into rays and spirals, set their position and cones. You can play mp3 music
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:06
16 ( -2 -12.5% )
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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Description: Christmas 3D screensaver has a menu where you can set the size and the quantity of snowflakes and the speed of camera rotating. With our new options you can also change the color and quantity of lights (from 0 to 1000). You can set the play and twinkling of the lights and arrange the colored lights into rays and spirals.
You can choose the arrangement of colored lights and set the random disposition when the lights take the accidental places, you can also change the color of the lights. The menu allows you to add/remove cones and the snow on the fir-tree. There is a mode which allows you to change the rendering of New Year's tree from normal to high.
In our new version of 3d Christmas Tree there is a clock designed in New Year's style which shows the current time (current year/date of the month/hour/min/sec). It can be switched on and off and replaced anywhere to your own taste. Now you can play your favorite melodies in 3D Christmas Screensaver. The menu is composed so that you can decorate the Christmas tree saver as you wish.
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