3D Merry Christmas Screensaver

3D Merry Christmas Screensaver

Recreate the Christmas atmosphere while displays photo-realistic graphics

Displays a Christmas-related screensaver with a 3D environment that contains photo-realistic images, beautiful animations, a digital clock, an FPS counter and countdown to the actual Christmas holiday. Includes a password-protection function as well to lock the computer while the screensaver is playing.

Christmas is one of the favorite seasons of the year for many people.
Don’t you just love the ambience that you can feel at home?
Do you decorate your house?
Do you usually include a nice Christmas tree?

Free 3D Christmas Screensaver brings the spirit of the season to your desktop.

This beautiful screensaver will really make you feel the joy and happiness of Christmas.
You will be able to sit down on your favorite couch and just relax and enjoy the view.
You will be in a spacious living room, completely decorated for the festivities.
Of course, there is a Christmas tree fully adorned with different ornaments and many lights of different colors.
Around it, you will see a toy train moving in circles, as if waiting for someone to go on board.

The camera will move from side to side and from back to front so you can enjoy every detail of the living room.
There is also a gorgeous fireplace. It is decorated with ornaments and the classic stockings hanging from the mantelpiece.
Here you will see a clock, which is displaying the current time.
All the time you will be accompanied by very nice and relaxing music, to help complete the scene. You will even listen to the sound of the wood crackling as it burns in the fireplace.

In my opinion, the camera movements are a little bit too slow, but still, the total effect is just great, and you get to see the whole living room in detail.

Free 3D Christmas Screensaver will surely make you feel the Christmas spirit all year long.

Fernando Soni
Editor rating: rating

Review summary


  • Very beautiful and relaxing


  • The camera movements are a bit too slow
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