Around the World: Rome Screensaver esteve disponível como oferta em 22 de junho de 2013
Travel back in time and marvel at the glory and splendor of Ancient Rome by day and night. Take a glimpse of the magnificent Colosseum, the greatest amphitheater of antiquity. You’ll be charmed by the peace and serenity of the Eternal City as the night descends on its seven hills and the bright silent moon illuminates its graceful statues. Enjoy the beauty of Rome with its picturesque landscapes and architectural masterpieces.
Windows 9x/ 2000/ XP/ Vista; Pentium III or higher; 128 MB Video Memory; DirectX 9.0 or higher; DirectX-compatible sound card
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.
Unlock the mystery of dinosaurs and discover the amazing variety of prehistoric life. 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.
Let this 3D screensaver take you on an unforgettable diving adventure to the heart of the sea. Explore the beauty of the underwater world with vibrant corals, colorful sponges and gently swaying plants. Fancy little clownfish, vigorous seahorses and other exotic creatures gracefully swimming in crystal clear water add more splendor to this stunning scenery. Dive into the depths and be awe-inspired by the mind-boggling diversity of marine life.
Let this fabulous screensaver take you to the very heart of London to explore one of the world's most famous landmarks. Go for a walk along the River Thames and enjoy the stunning views of the legendary Big Ben and the magnificient Palace of Westminster with a glimpse of the ancient Westminster Abbey. When day turns to night, you will be fascinated by the grand gothic splendour of this breathtaking setting.
Let your screen take you away to a quiet place in the forest. Watch the little peaceful bugs and ants running about their business. A funny little spider making a web. Dew drops on the leaves. Birds twittering somewhere in the branches above?
Comentáriosrios do Around the World: Rome Screensaver
Please add a comment explaining the reason behind your vote.
You know an idea is obsolete when you have to explain to a 14 year old what a screensaver is. This company has been around for a while and I am sure they have smart people working for them. I like to see them to come up with a new interesting/ entertaining idea. I probably have over 10 screensavers that I have not used in years. If you need one the one offered today is better than average.
Save | Cancel
I'm betting people are down voting this just because it's a screen saver and they aren't even willing to try it out. So, installed on Win 8 64 bit without a problem. Average screen saver, definitely nothing to brag about, but have had a lot worse. It's a nice change from the typical ones. Music and sounds are pretty good and like the clock on it. Would like the weather bit more if it could sync into weatherbug or accuweather to get local weather, but it's decent enough.
Save | Cancel
To Asby, comment number one. We've heard it a thousand times (almost literally). Of course screensavers areno loger applicable to most users. That said, there are those that are still using old crt screens, plus, most users who still purchase screensavers, don't buy them for that reason. It's something to stare at occasionally. If no one was buying them anymore, sites like Astro Gemini and others would no longer exist.
There's obviously still a market for them.
Even if today's screensaver gets a majority thumbs down. for every percentage point in the positive there are at least a 1000 to 1500 users downloading the screensaver. On average there's betweem 100 to 150 thousand downloads from this site every day.
By the way, I use several of my screensavers regularily. The Mechanical Watch - not only is it beautiful, it's useful as well, Planet Earth, my kids have loved watching iot spin around and have even used it for basic geography with them, The Storm, Dark Castle, and a couple of Fish screensavers (eg Aquazone 2 which is brilliant) as well as a few that I managed to save from previous giveaways such as the dinosaurs one. :)
Save | Cancel
@ #1 Asby, You do have to speak for yourself because screensavers are just fun. I mean if you know fun. It is not about needing it.
I like the scenery and the colours. The style is a bit cartoonish.
There is a stable viewpoint, you won't get seasick -lol-
But the weather changes a bit to quick. I guess there is an optimum between fast and livey and on the other site slow and boring.
Because it is all this fast you've seen it all very quickly, no room to just have some thoughts about the visuals.
I like screen savers and I'm sure there are more like that. I can ofcourse also only speak for my self, but this proves at least that different opinions do excist.
So ASBY you better do explain your 14 year old what a screensaver is. Could be, he likes screensavers to if you let him.
Save | Cancel
It's nice but nothing wow. The biggest flaw I see is it doesn't follow the screen resolution, I see black around screensaver image.
Save | Cancel