Jigetiser(tm) Wallpaper 1024 - Halloween 2005 188.8.131.52 Stylish 3D Halloween jpg wallpapers in 1024x768 size. The images are based on 3D art and present the Halloween theme in a new kind of picture language. The homepage also offers jigsaw puzzles, screensavers, printable calendars and posters.
Webetiser(tm) Advent Calendar 2004 1.0 The application shows the advent calendar typical numbers you can click on to start a jigsaw puzzle. Every jigsaw puzzle shows a winter image and multilingual aphorisms (english, german).
Description: Jigetiser delivers professional computer jigsaw puzzles with marvelous motives for a fair price. You can use them for your own pleasure, to delight your family and friends or as part of your company marketing campaigns. Jigetiser puzzles are emotional, intuitive, unconventional, exclusive, exceptional, artistical, educational and family-friendly. For short, Jigetiser is for recreation and wants to make your day.
A puzzle package consists of 50 puzzles, based on 10 images - each presented in 5 severities. So, a package allows beginners, like preschoolers, as well as puzzle pros to have fun with a package over a long time. For a handy management of a larger number of packages we've added the Jigetiser Puzzle Browser to each package for free. It allows to select a certain package, choose one of its preview images and a severity before starting the corresponding puzzle. The browser allows to add packages through standard installation. All previous data is kept and new packages are shown with the next session. It allows to mix demos and licenses, whereas license installers can replace existing demos automatically. +++ To install all existing demos with a single installer for testing purposes have a look at "Download Demos - Jigetiser Demos - All Demos" in the homepage menu. This installer represents what you can get in the puzzle catalog at any time and is therefore updated quite often.
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