LiquidMac mimics the behavior of liquid by creating a particle system that reacts to the computer's orientation. It requires a macintosh laptop computer with a sudden motion enabled sensor. This includes MacBook family, MacBook Pro family, and some of the latest PowerBooks.
What's new in this version: -New Icon by Edson Daquinta.
-Use vertex arrays for drawing, allowing many more particles on screen (4000).
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All versions:3.9 stars
out of 8 votes
Current version:2.0 stars
out of 2 votes
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"I only used it once"
Version: LiquidMac 1.6
Easy to install, fun little time waster, for about 30 min.
I couldn't think of one.
"Doesn't work with MAC Air"
Version: LiquidMac 1.6
None. But that doesn't make it a bad product.
Tried it on my Mac Air, but because the Air has the memory HD instead of the physical HD, there doesn't appear to be a motion sensor built into this Mac (which makes sense as the memory HD isn't affected by physical motion). Oh well...
Doesn't work on Mac Airs with memory HD's.
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