Egyptian Pyramids 3D

Developer: 3Planesoft

Current Version: 1.0.2

Last Updated: 12 months ago

Download Size: 78.6 MB - Download


Bring History to life on your computer screen. Jump back in time and space: let your computer deliver you right into the paws of the Sphinx. Get as close as possible to the gigantic sculpture, and get to know the ruined temples that spread out beneath it. The Egyptian Pyramids 3D live wallpaper will transform your contemplations into an enthralling discovery in a single click!

• detailed models of the Great Sphinx, the Valley Temple, the Sphinx Temple and the New Kingdom Sphinx Temple.
• explore the ancient ruins with Interactive mode
• realistic 3D-graphics and advanced visual effects
• Retina display ready
• compatible with Mountain Lion
• original music track
• complementary system screen saver is available for download
• fullscreen 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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Release Notes:

- fixes for Macs with GMA 950/X3100


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.0
Review by vanChippe

Excellent, Again! - Actually, Egyptian Pyramids just may be 3Planesoft's best for the Mac so far. It performs more like the most dramatic of their PC programs in screensaver mode than any of their earlier Mac entries. And, while I even hate myself for saying so, they don't charge near enough for what they're contributing to the Mac plateform here on the Mac Store, so: get everything they make before they come to their senses!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.0.0
Review by delfuego11

Lame - I forget ho much I paid but it should have been free. Don't expect to be able to roam the pyramids like they pretend. The section I roam around I completed in 60 seconds and you get no where near the pyramids. So lame. The only cool part is the floating desktop picture which is alright.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0.2
Review by Factory Rat

Pretty Good - Well, leaving my original review below, I still think Egyptian Pyramids is a pretty good app. But I wish it would let me fly around like the app, itself, does in autonomous mode. I also wish it would teach me something about the sphinx and temples, but it does not. It is just eye candy. (But very good eye candy) I finally decided that my navigational abilities are not at fault. This thing is really difficult to 'drive' in walkabout mode. I keep falling off the path and it is always hard to get back on track. It would be less frustrating if there was some way to stay on the walkways. ===== I like this app. You can read about the sphinx and pyramids, but prose doesn't give you a sense of what the Giza plateau is really like. This app does. If you let it run itself, it pans all around the sphinx and the associated cult temple and Khafre's valley temple. Well, the ruins, anyway. One complaint: when you navigate in manual using your mouse and arrow keys, it is easy to get into places you don't want to be -- like stuck in a corner. And it isn't easy to steer to interesting places you want to get to. I guess I need more practice "driving" the thing. Or maybe the navigation controls need to be tweaked. But, I really like it. In the future, maybe we will see a version that shows the sphinx and other buildings as they were in 4th dynasty Egypt.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.0.2
Review by adventure-girl550

If you could add... - In a future version if you could add the ability to go in to the sphinx and pyramids that would be fun. ( = This would also be easier if you could jump.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people