Garden Flowers 3D Screensaver< のgiveaway は 2012年6月16日
Windows 9x/ 2000/ XP/ Vista; Pentium III or higher; 64 MB Video Memory; DirectX 9.0 or higher; DirectX-compatible sound card
Let this animated 3D screensaver take you to a quiet Japanese garden, a place of peace and power of nature. Feel the spiritual atmosphere of this unique setting with the oriental pagoda in the center. Find refuge in a redwood gazebo and enjoy the view of the blooming cherry trees, the most romantic image of Japan. This picturesque scenery together with enchanting music will help you enjoy the mystical harmony with the surrounding natural world.
Bring the beauty of an exotic fish tank to your desktop! Own a virtual aquarium of your dreams full of cute sea creatures, beautiful accessories and vibrant water plants. Have fun watching your finny pals chase each other, swim among plants, hang out in schools enjoying life. Eye-pleasing colors, tropical feel and relaxing music will make this underwater world truly fascinating.
This screensaver is an outstanding 3D model of the solar system. Every planet is there along with its satellites and even a small info graph with basic facts. All the proportions and trajectories are right. It's not only the sheer beauty but also the educational content that make Solar System 3D Screensaver an absolute must-have.
This spectacular 3D screensaver gives you a chance to travel 200 million years back in time to the mind-boggling world of these dangerous, but elegant creatures. Old and young alike will be awed to see Stegosaurus, Brachiosaurus, or Pteranodon in their natural habitat and hear the truly realistic sounds of the wild. See if you can tell who is who.
Space tourism is only available to very rich people. Among its primary attractions is the awesome and thrilling feeling of looking at the Earth from space described by all astronauts as extremely intense and mind-boggling. This screensaver provides a unique opportunity to do that without having to pay 20 million dollars. It is a fantastically realistic 3D model of the planet!