Water Clock 3D Screensaver shows a wonderfully crafted giant clock located near a vivid waterfall scenery. In this fine piece of work, you can see an intricate gear mechanism shaped as a watermill which gives the contrivance a truly enthralling sight. The screensaver has sleek visuals and supports dynamic lighting so the illumination changes according to the time of day. It also has a music theme and allows setting your own tunes.
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