Living 3D Dinosaurs
"Megabeasts come alive again" is the tagline to this 3D animated screensaver for Windows, featuring 3 prehistoric scenes inhabited by 6 different dinosaurs, including the Pterodactyl, Alamosaur, Thescelosaurus, Tyrannosaur (T-Rex), Triceratops and Hadrosaur. Each can be hidden via the settings menu, where you can also adjust sounds and visual effects.
Known issue 1: if you are on Windows 8 or 10 and receive an error about Flash while installing, close the installer, download and run this file, then restart the installation process.
Known issue 2: If you don't allow your system to be tested to automatically detect the optimal settings for the screensaver during installation, you may get a "Runtime Error" when the screensaver attempts to run. You will need to click the "Test my system for optimal settings" button under the "Video" tab of the screensaver's settings panel to resolve this.
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Anti-virus report for Living 3D Dinosaurs
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|AVG||FileRepMalware [PUP] *|
|Avast||FileRepMalware [PUP] *|
|Last scanned||3 weeks ago|
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We have 1 file for "Living 3D Dinosaurs"
- 3ddinosaursfull.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||5.94 MB (6,227,056 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||6/15 (40%) View report|
|Last downloaded||1 day ago|
User reviews (2)
I've literally had it for years and love it. You can pick your dinos' environment (I like the jungle, not after the meteor lands). You can choose how many pterys are flying and little dinos are running. Big dino roars every once in a while. I usually keep it muted when I leave my desk since I'm at work.
requires flash player so no go for me. probably fine, but not for me