Five Red Carps – Feed fish when your computer is idle

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Five Red Carps was formerly a fish gadget (in Flash format) designed for Google personalized homepage by aBowman. Move the mouse on the water, will be followed by the fish, the click of a mouse may be placed on the fish food.

Now AppNee has made it into a Flash screensaver for sharing to more people as a cool screensaver. By repacking, Five Red Carps became AppNee’s first dynamic interactive screensaver with five red carps in a tank which you can feed them by clicking your mouse!

Add a touch of nature to your page with these hungry little fish. Watch them as they follow your mouse hoping you will feed them by clicking the surface of the water.

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Download Five Red Carps screensaver and right click it to install.

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