Falling Stuff
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A physics-based screensaver with falling objects.   Free
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Falling Stuff is a physics-based screensaver where objects of different sizes and shapes fall downwards from the top of the screen. A variety of pegs exist to give these shapes something to interact with. The concept is loosely based off of the Marbles screensaver made by Berkeley Systems for their After Dark product, however inspiration is also taken from a display at the Boston science museum's Mathematica exhibit.
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6 or later



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Scottyo reviewed on 23 Jul 2011
I heartily second the "Awesome" comment. This is my favourite screensaver of all time.

Unfortunately crashes in Lion on iMac 11,1 (27" i7, late 2009)
[Version 1.0b6]


burypromote

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Kalice reviewed on 06 Jun 2011
WOW !

This screen saver is a real piece of ART !

Simply awesome !
[Version 1.0b6]


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+26

Mookzmom rated on 07 Jun 2011

[Version 1.0b6]


Downloads:660
Version Downloads:660
Type:Utilities : Screen Savers
License:Free
Date:06 Jun 2011
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Falling Stuff is a physics-based screensaver where objects of different sizes and shapes fall downwards from the top of the screen. A variety of pegs exist to give these shapes something to interact with. The concept is loosely based off of the Marbles screensaver made by Berkeley Systems for their After Dark product, however inspiration is also taken from a display at the Boston science museum's Mathematica exhibit.


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