3D Christmas Land Screensaver

3D Christmas Land Screensaver 1.1

3D Christmas Land Screensaver will take you to Santa’s home
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I am sure that you, like most of the people, think about Christmas as the jolliest season of the year.
But aren’t you tired of always celebrating it in the same way?
Would you like to spend this joyous festivity in a different place? Doing different things?

3D Christmas Land Screensaver will take you to Santa’s home.

This beautiful screensaver will take you on a journey to the place where Santa likes to rest before starting to deliver all his presents.
You will visit a small, picturesque village in a forest, where you will really feel the Christmas spirit all around you.

Obviously, the place is covered with snow but strangely enough, you don’t feel cold.
The atmosphere is so nice that you might even feel a bit warm, even surrounded by snow.
Do you want to relax? Well, this village is the ideal place to do it.
Nothing seems to move, but still you can feel life all around.
All the houses are beautifully decorated with colored lights and different kinds of ornaments.

As you move around, you will visit the plaza of the village, where a majestic Christmas tree stands alone, as if reminding everybody about this wonderful holiday.
You keep moving around the place and suddenly snow begins to fall. But instead of making you run away for shelter, it only adds to the feeling of joy and relaxation.
The snowflakes fall all around you as white feathers, reflecting the light reflected on the moon above.

3D Christmas Land Screensaver includes beautiful Christmas music to accompany during your visit to this magic land.
This will help you to relax even more.
So if you really want to spend a different kind of Christmas this year, just sit in front of your PC and let your mind wonder around this village.
You will surely never forget it.

Fernando Soni
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Review summary


  • Very beautiful
  • Relaxing and invigorating at the same time
  • Nice music


  • Nothing worth mentioning
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