Elf dances in snowfall to Christmas music. Candy canes, ornaments, holly and peppermint drops fall from above. Moving rainbow-colored background provides a psychedelic look. Select falling objects from the settings window/control panel. Falling objects include snow, candy canes, ornaments, presents, none (default setting) or all. Select from pre-set tints or time of day presets to give a morning, evening or night effect, or go wild and make everything purple.
You can also play up to 10 MP3 music files of your own. Demo contains full set of features including sound mute, volume control, background tint, brightness, selectable number, color, size, fade and velocity of falling animations. Contains animated gif images and sound file. Password protection is available. Registered version doesn't have the overlay text and never expires. The program is available at a substantial per-screensaver discount as part of a set, and is available as a free 3D-animated e-card at the site.
Although the title "3D Dancing Christmas Elf" sounds festive, psychedelia lies ahead. The installation takes no more than a second, and the screensaver panel opens automatically. An elf dances on a swirling rainbow backdrop while mid-tempo Christmas songs play. Various holiday items swoop around. The elf moves like a marionette, only with less facial expression. Also, he always dances in the same way and to the same tempo, even when the music speeds up or slows down. Some home users might find that 3D Dancing Christmas Elf raises their holiday spirits, though, or at least amuses them.
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