Waiter Screen Saver v.1

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This is a screen saver of waiters hands carrying beers on trays across the screen. It has the words waiter poping up all over the screen. The words Hollywood Blvd and Bar and Grill moving about in the background. There is music that plays that can be

This is a screen saver of waiters hands ...

 
  • Waiter Screen Saver
  • 1
  • SOS Production
  • Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me, NT
  • Shareware
  • 335 Mb
  • 317
  • $4.00
 
 

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