Halloween Animated Wallpaper for Win7 1.1.0

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A fairy village is preparing for the Eve of All Hallows. Is it a nice place for trick or treating? Maybe yes, maybe no. The ancient castle is waiting for you! It supports Windows XP/Vista/7 as well as Aero and dreamscene.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Publisher:
DesktopPaints.com
Price:
$7.95
File size:
6.06 Mb
Date added:
October 15, 2011
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A fairy village is preparing for the Eve of All Hallows. Is it a nice place for trick or treating? Maybe yes, maybe no. This animated wallpaper from AnimatedWallpaper7.com doesn't require installation or additional software to run. Once downloaded, it can be set on your desktop in one mouse click. It supports Windows XP/Vista/7 as well as Aero and dreamscene.
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