3D Supernova Screensaver Free Download

Version: 1.42   (version history)
Date: January 10, 2006

Free To Try

OS: Win 98/ME/2000/XP
Rating: Not rated
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Author: 3Deep Space, Ltd

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3D Supernova Screensaver Description

3D Supernova Screensaver Free Download.

3D Supernova is a unique space animated screensaver. Cosmic scene is placed
between two stars and a huge black hole. One of the stars is near its end,
star explodes and for a while becomes a supernova. Near the black hole
are also planets, asteroids and comet traveling through the deep space.

Camera setting of the screensaver enables user to specify one of five paths
also various camera speed. You can set your own MP3 file as a background
soundtrack or listen to a lovely default music. Screensaver supports multiple
monitors,shows the current time and many more features..

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