The Lost Watch 3D
Current Version: 1.3.0
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 12.7 MB - Download
The Lost Watch 3D is probably the most unusual animated wallpaper you'll ever see. An absent-minded traveler dropped his golden pocket watch while crossing a river. A few coins fell out as well. Years went by, but the timepiece is still working just fine even though there is no one to wind it up.
- a lovely pendant with your photo inside
- realistic 3d water simulation with refraction and caustic effects
- two color schemes
- compatible with OS X Yosemite
- showing current time and date
- screen saver mode
- multi-monitor support with monitor selection
- removing dock icon
- autostart at login
- doesn't prevent your computer from going to sleep
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- fixed compatibility issues for OS X Yosemite
Most Helpful Reviews
I Am In Love! - …absolutely beautiful! Note: Took some time to figure this out, but I think if you have your, 'Screen Saver' preference set up in, 'Hot Corners' it gets glitchy. Otherwise, I now have it to open automatically in the, 'Login Items' in my, 'Account Preferences'. It's working great! Lovely job with this app… just mesmerizing! I would love to see more of this developers work in the App store. Some of the other screensavers are pure genius.
Pretty, but screen saver is nonstandard - This is a very pretty application. I love just sitting there watching it. My big problem is with the so-called "screen saver" mode. It's completely independent from your actual system screen saver, as set in your preferences. If you have your security set to lock the screen when the screen saver activates, this application does not honor it. If you have hot-corners set up to activate the screen saver, this application does not honor it. I would love to run this on my work computer, but because of the (lack of) security settings, I'm stuck with the built-in screen savers.
More Reviews for Current Version
Eye Full - People that see the Gold Watch screen saver are amazed. I put my wife’s picture in the locket and it looks so real. I never tire of the movement of the water. It’s the greatest.
Awesome! - This is the first 3D Wallpaper I have purchased and wow! The water ripples look so realistic you just want to reach into your screen (I work from an iMac.) and touch it. The sounds of the clock and water ripples are subtle, but also it depends on your volume. Kinda cool when you’re not working on your computer and see the whole thing in action. I have people intrigued by it when they come over and see my computer on with this amazing live art piece in action. The photo optiuon is great fun too. Think it would be cool if the designers made it so you can change the seasons just like you can change the photo in the watch. Sprng flowers floating across during the Spring months for example. Love the leaves! Just think they could take a wee bit further. Very cool though for a wallpaper! Love it!
The Lost watch - Love the app. I put a picture of my Mother she passed away 9 years ago and this is one way I can see her face daily.
F’ng Great Wallpaper, Screensaver - Really well done. The graphics are eye-pooping and the ability to place your own pic in the locket is awesome. My all time favorite wallpaper and screensaver. But be forewarned - you need a fast processor and/or graphics card. Without it, it’s looks choppy.
Love this one! - I have had this one for a while now and it’s been great. I haven’t had any problems with it what so ever, and I have a 2008 iMac with Yosemite and only 4GB of RAM. I have not had any crashing or anything. I uploaded an old photo of my great grandmother for the locket photo which is really cool. I love the ticking sound and water drops. It’s very soothing. And I love that the watch actually tells the time and date.