Have fun and unwind with this traditional puzzle game. Slide Puzzle is a modern version of the sliding tile games invented over a century ago. Relax with serene all-original images of beautiful Northern Arizona. Hours of fun for all ages.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:00
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Fractal Flurries 1.0 Snowflakes... no two are ever alike. The Fractal Flurries screen saver displays endless falling snow over whimsical winter backgrounds. Each snowflake pattern is mathematically generated from thousands of possibilities for a truly one-of-a-kind show.
Family Photo 1.1 Show off those adorable grandkids! The Family Photo screen saver displays images downloaded from your digital camera. Fun artistic filters such as oil paint, antique and pop-art keep your pictures lively again and again.
Description: Have fun and unwind with this traditional puzzle game. Made famous by Sam Loyd in the late 1800's, no one knows for certain when or where sliding tile puzzles were first invented. Slide Puzzle is a modern version of this ago-old classic. Challenge yourself with three levels of difficulty and configurable grid sizes. Express your own personal style by customizing the tiles with your own favorite pictures. Kick back and relax while you enjoy the default picture set, which includes tranquil and serene all-original images of beautiful Northern Arizona. Hours of fun for all ages.
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