The screen saver displayed blocks that flew in from all sides and eventually filled the screen. This screen saver offered configuration settings that allowed you to choose the size blocks, set the speed at which the blocks flew onto the screen, as well as choose whether to use the wallpaper for the pattern on the blocks. If you didn’t opt to use the wallpaper, the pattern on the blocks was derived from whatever was on your screen at the time the screen saver kicked in.
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