15 February 2006
21 November 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ZERGE.COM releases Flaredance Firework Screensaver 1.10
Moscow, Russia, February 15th, 2006 - ZERGE.COM
ZERGE.COM today released an updated version of fireworks simulation screensaver. Entitled "Flaredance Firework Screensaver", the product available for Windows, and can be purchased via download from www.firework-screensaver.com for $US14.95.
21-day trial version is free, and operates first 20 minutes without reminder messages each time being started.
New version has improved graphics including motion blur and halo effects and extended set of sound effects.
This screensaver accurately simulates fireworks in the most of physical aspects such as gravity, wind, air resistance, smokes and clouds.
Flaredance differs from other fireworks screensavers not only in reality of model. It has special "fly-through" camera mode, which allows to watch the firework explosions from inside: the camera flies between explosions, sparks and smokes, naturally shaking from near bombs.
The screensaver produces high quality and realistic sounds recorded by author at real firework events. Sounds from distant explosions are delayed accurately to reflect limited sonic speed.
Flaredance Screensaver has many settings, which allow configuring it in many ways. These include scene complexity, details and firework composition.
It has a feature that can make it more useful than just a screen saving utility. In "On-screen message" mode it will not close as usual screensaver when someone will move a mouse or press the keys on keyboard. Instead of closing, it will display a message, which could be set earlier. Moreover, it can create several application shortcuts to launch the screensaver with different messages manually.
Flaredance Screensaver fully supports multi-monitor PC configurations. It can display same or different situations on all of the monitors, connected to PC. Screen resolution, color quality, refresh rate and even graphics engine (OpenGL or DirectX) can be set independently for each display. It is possible to configure secondary display to show blank screen during operation or not use it at all - this might be useful when secondary display is used for displaying some kind of monitoring information.
The screensaver has unpretentious system requirements and with a processor like Pentium-IV and with a graphics card as GeForce-4 will be able operate with all parameters set to maximum.
For advanced users, which are familiar with XML, author offers the open firework description data format. It allows the users to make their own fireworks with XML data files. The format of data files is described in on-line help.
Flaredance Screensaver is well documented - its on-line help covers all users' needs related to installing, using, and properly configuring the screensaver (however, it works nice enough with default settings).
download: http://www.firework-screensaver.com/flaredance-setup.exe (2.2MB)
ZERGE.COM is a Russian company with over 3 years experience in developing screensavers and Windows software and is well-known for producing radar simulation screensaver, Radar Screensaver.
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