Funny Halloween Screensaver

Funny Halloween Screensaver

Free
Screensaver that recreates the spirit of Halloween on your desktop
 

Funny Halloween Screensaver is about Halloween, as you sure already have guessed by your own. This screensaver is available for free at the FullScreensavers.com web site, and its setup file is rather lightweight so it won't take you too long to get it.
Funny Halloween shows a rainy and stormy night, with a scary mansion at the background. There are several typical Halloween elements, such as pumpkins, flying witches, and scary bats flying around among others. One thing that doesn't seem quite right is a full and shiny moon in this rainy and stormy night... Every once in a while, the scene changes so it won't bore you too soon.
The sound effects are really good and can even surprise you. On the other hand, they can be bothering too, but you can disable them if you wish.
Funny Halloween includes an extra feature: free Halloween wallpapers to decorate your desktop. You can access them from the configuration dialog. From this dialog you can also access the Settings dialog, from which you can customize the screensaver with parameters like music and sound effects, DirectX quality, image duration, and clock displaying among others.
Once you have successfully installed the screensaver in your computer you need to put it to work. To do that, follow these steps: Click the Start button in Windows, select Settings, select Control Panel, double click the Display icon, select Screen Saver tab, select “Funny Halloween” and click either Preview or Settings.
The system requirements to run Funny Halloween are the following: Pentium III 500Mhz or higher processor; 64 Mb Video Memory; 10 Mb of free hard disk space; Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/2003/Vista.

Lionel Mira
Editor rating:

Review summary

Pros

  • It's free
  • It includes some wallpapers with the screensaver
  • You can use your own music for the background

Cons

  • The graphic quality is poor
  • The sound effects can be bothering
Info updated on: