StickMen War Screensaver

StickMen War Screensaver 2.5

Watch stickmen get nasty on your desktop

I love playing those stickmen games where you blast your skinny enemy to pieces using a variety of beastly weapons. So, this screensaver looked like it was right up my street. View full description

PROS

  • Choose the size of your battle
  • Fights leave damage to your desktop while the screensaver is active
  • Kid-friendly mode

CONS

  • Below-par graphics and animation

Very good
8

I love playing those stickmen games where you blast your skinny enemy to pieces using a variety of beastly weapons. So, this screensaver looked like it was right up my street.

I was pretty pleased with it too. As you might expect, the graphics aren't amazing but it's incredibly fun to watch the little fellas do battle on screen.

You can choose how many men you want fighting each other, from a one-on-one to a full-on Armaggedon with hundreds of fighters.

As with the games the scenes can get pretty brutal, with blood spilled everywhere and holes burned onto your desktop from bullets, grenades and rocket launchers.

As a nice touch, the developer has also included a kid-friendly mode where the fights are conducted with water pistols and slingshots so as to keep gore to a minimum.

Little Stick men fight it out on your screen with a variety of weapons. Unlike other screensavers, StickMen War unleashes the tiny little men on your current screen allowing them to wage war inside open documents and to destroy icons in their path.

StickMen War Screensaver

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StickMen War Screensaver 2.5

— User reviews — about StickMen War Screensaver

  • Sean Olson

    by Sean Olson

    "The Ultimate Wallpaper"

    This is really amazing, but there's a glitch where my desktop turns into a grey void instead of my MS Paint battlefield ... More.

    reviewed on January 17, 2016

  • kyozo_43

    by kyozo_43

    "Idea!"

    Hey Stickmen War Screensaver Creator, I Love Your Screensaver And I Have An Idea - Is It Possible To Make It Like... More.

    reviewed on April 25, 2010