Alien Plasma tunnels 3D

Type of program: Screensaver
Supported platforms: Win 9x/NT/2Kx/Me/XP
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Version: 2.3
Cost: $19.99
Installed size: 7090


In the beginning.....was the cosmos....stars, and galaxays, and nebulas, and the worlds that form around stars. And all was quiet. And in the fullness of time, where conditions were right, life formed. And all was quiet. And the life grew older, and became more intelligent, and conceived a desire to travel to other worlds, to meet other life. And all was in flux. Humans would have built ships but this life was alien, many legged starfish, and spherical bumpaly things, and more;they built plasma tunnels...the twisted through space, spinning and twirling, and changing colors and patterns, which was all part of how they traveled space. And all was fantastic color.

The above was a story, invented by me, inspired by the sight of this absolutely fantastic screensaver, and itís gorgeous, ever changing, kaleidoscope like tunnels. In the help file you will find the authorís story, and it is a good one, including the fact that the aliens are sending messages within the tunnels. Can you decode the messages? And you can get different skins, which could help you communicate with different aliens. You can only use the demo for 5 days, so hurry.

You can enable VSYNC, exit on mouse move, keyboard control, show help, show FPS, show time, show none, change gamma correction, use random skings, show alien objects, set current tunnel as wallpaper on exit, and you can set start plasma tunnel type-either whirlpool, morphing or plasma. You can change the speed control [MPH] and enable random velocities. You change it to one skin per cycle, change skins randomly, donít change skins, or change skins with....You can use preset cycle, special effects, or enable an extra layer. And the sound! You got all kinds of controls, including an equalizer and a reverb control!

This one is a must to look at and see if you want to buy it and take the challenge!

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Reviewed by Stormy Strock

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