Pixel Fireplace


16 Responses to “Pixel Fireplace”

  1. ijij says:

    for the record, this is not actually a screensaver, but an interactive app. but thanks anyway. 

  2. microcars says:

    very “realistic”.  I could not get Santa or squirrel to work…maybe as an add-on pack?

  3. Allan McCoy says:

    what is gavagement? the only thing I can find on google indicates that the animals were then killed… not really my kind of holiday

    • Andrew Perrine says:

       It literally means the act of stuffing oneself with food, but usually refers to tube-feeding ducks and geese to fatten them up.  Delicious delicious foie gras is typically the result. Living in France is awesome.

  4. manooshi says:

    Reminds me of the rad fireplace app on my Google TV.

  5. Thomas Juette says:

    “Terribly kitsch”?  “Endlessly” looping?  “Enforced cheer”?  To each his/her own, I guess.  One of my fondest Christmas memories is of wrapping presents late into Christmas Eve one year, while enjoying (yes, enjoying) this “terribly kitsch” NYC Yule Log broadcast, and the old Christmas radio shows being played along with it:      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yule_Log_%28TV_program%29

  6. beslayed says:

    The windows version also seems to work if run under Wine in Linux.

  7. jetfx says:

    I tried to watch that channel, but all that was on was a bunch of dogs and their owners frolicking in a pool to Christmas carols.

  8. By design?

    Typing “smore” followed by the down arrow turns the fire red. :o|Repeating this turns the fire back to yellow.

  9. sockdoll says:

    “the enforced cheer of Christmas music”

    Humbug, I say – humbug!

  10. elvasam says:

    How do I remove it? I went to control panel in order to remove it and it isn’t listed there. I’m not impressed with the fireplace at all and want to get rid of it.

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