• Maid in Motion 

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  • Publisher:  Pixel Paradox
  • Date added:  22-Jun-2007
  • Rating:   5 vote(s)
  • File size:   Unknown
  • Language:   English
  • License:   Shareware - Time Limit
  • Price: $ 12.95
  • OS:   Windows 98/NT/2000/ME/XP/VISTA
  • UpdateDate:   22-Jun-2007
  • Requirements:  
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SCREENSAVER DESCRIPTION: Maid in Motion is a 3D meditation on movement. Gentle snowfall drifts around a serene wireframe maiden as she slowly rotates and morphs in dissolving colors and psychodelic patterns. Listen to the intriguing stereo music composed especially for this screensaver, as the Maid in Motion casts her soothing spell. Extra feature - leave a sticky note on your PC!
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