Let this fabulous animated 3D screensaver take you away to a magic winter park on Christmas Eve. Feel the holiday atmosphere in the air. Take a refreshing walk around this beautiful place and enjoy the sight of a magnificent Christmas tree.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:10
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Let this fabulous animated 3D screensaver take you away to a magic winter park on Christmas Eve. Feel the holiday atmosphere in the air. Take a refreshing walk around this beautiful place and enjoy the sight of a magnificent Christmas tree gorgeously decorated with shimmering lights that go on and off as if singing along to the music. Watch the funny little rabbits jumping around in excitement, yet keeping an eye on the precious presents from Santa that patiently wait for their addressees. Cheerful music and high-quality graphics help to create a truly festive Christmas mood.
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