Most people who know about Halloween know that it is a celebration dedicated to the spirits of the dead. All manner of vile creatures, creepy crawlies, and spooky ghosts roam the night waiting to scare the living daylights out of you.

Halloween in the Attic 3D Screensaver promises to bring off that holiday feeling to your desktop

It's not enough that you have to endure the hoots of owls, flashes of ghosts and the maniacal laughter of spooky jack-o-lanterns, you also have to face them all while in an attic. Attics have always frightened us since even without ghosts, they are pretty creepy.

The darkness looms with only the dim moonlight or occasional lighting bolt to briefly light up the sky and reveal whatever may be hiding in the shadows.

The graphics are a bit dated, but the overall atmosphere they create do not fail to deliver their fair share of chills

Since everything is limited to one single room and the graphics aren't so complex, Halloween in the Attic 3D Screensaver performed excellently during testing, encountering no fps drops or performance spikes.

However, if you do happen to face problems running this app because of the OS or the old hardware, you should know that some audio and visual features can be adjusted or disabled altogether from the screensaver manager.

For example, you can change the screen's resolution so that it may fit your monitor perfectly, you can adjust the volume of both SFX and music, and you can even add a FPS counter and a clock so that you can make sure you avoid watching this app at midnight.

Halloween in the Attic 3D Screensaver does not use psychological horror or gore to scare you, instead relying on good old-fashioned scares, creepy faces, flashes with ghosts and spooky music to get the job well done. This makes it a great addition to anyone that loved good old fashioned horror movies.