Christmas Fireplace Screen Saver

Christmas Fireplace Screen Saver 1.0

Christmas Fireplace Screen Saver brings the best holiday to your desktop
 
1.51 (See all)
Gelios Software

Christmas is one of the most wonderful holidays in the world.
Everybody even changes attitude. You are more tolerant, and you feel that you want to be nice with people.
Christmas Fireplace Screen Saver brings the best holiday to your desktop.
This beautiful screen saver will allow you to feel what many of us dream about.
Living in a nice house with a beautiful fireplace where we can just sit in front of it and watch it as our mind roams to nicer places where there are no troubles or stressful things.
You will be able to see a magnificent fireplace all decorated with Christmas ornaments, including the classic stockings where Santa will put your presents.
Of course you won’t be in silence. You will be listening to joyous Christmas music and all the sounds of a real fireplace.
Have you heard the sound of burning wood?
Doesn’t it immediately provide you with a feeling of serenity and peace?

As you watch the flames moving, you will also listen to the noise produced by the burning logs.
The scene is so realistic that you might even smell the smoke and feel the warmth that the fireplace is producing.
The only thing I didn’t like was the volume of the music. Sometimes it was so loud that the sound of the wood burning was hard to distinguish.

Christmas Fireplace Screen Saver has many configurable options so you can adjust it to your liking.
You will be able to set the size and color of the flames. You can also set which music and sounds you want to hear, as well as the image resolution and more.
If you don’t have a fireplace at home, this great screen saver will allow you to feel as if you had one in your living room.
You will probably invite your family and friends for a night sitting by the fireplace.

Fernando Soni
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Review summary

Pros

  • Really beautiful
  • Very relaxing
  • Great sound

Cons

  • Nothing worth mentioning
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