Watch a colorful, animated, 3D skeleton dance as bones, skulls, ghosts, jack-o'-lanterns, and candles float nearby. Spooky MP3 music plays, and you can play up to 10 MP3 music files of your own. The demo contains the full set of features including the ability to olay user mp3 music, mute sound, control volume, adjust background tint and brightness, and select the number, color, size, fade, and velocity of the animations. Provides password protection.
Version 5.0 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Although simple, this screensaver earns points for its nice feature set. 3D Dancing Skeleton lives up to its name by displaying an animated jolly skeleton popping and locking old-school-style to a classical music soundtrack. We were quite impressed at the number of customization options. For example, you can change the skeleton's color, determine how many skeletons appear onscreen, adjust the brightness, set the velocity, and choose whether bones or skulls fly through the air.
Still, we think most users will agree with us when we say the one-day trial period is a bit unreasonable. 3D Dancing Skeleton is obviously not a year-round screensaver, but it sets the perfect mood for Halloween.
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