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Goldfish Aquarium - OS X


Top Questions
  1. Will my install of Goldfish Aquarium work with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

    Goldfish 2.02 is fully compatible with OS 10.6 Snow Leopard. If you have an old install (v2.01 and before) this will not work on the new OS.

    To download the latest version of the program please click HERE.

    If you are upgrading to or purchasing a new copy of Goldfish Aquarium 2 please download and test the Demo version first. For instruction on how to download and activate the demo mode please click HERE.

    If you own a current Goldfish Aquarium 2 keycode but have lost your keycode please use our keycode retrieval system HERE.
  2. I lost my keycode OR I made my purchase but have not received my keycode.


    Please go HERE and enter your e-mail to retrieve your keycode.

    If this procedure does not work, e-mail us the following information where applicable and we can retrieve your information from our customer database:

    • The full name you registered under.
    • The Order Number from your confirmation e-mail.
    • Your e-mail address at the time of purchase.
    • Your old keycode. (If you are upgrading from an older order)
    • The exact product you purchased.
    • The store or website you purchased the product from.
    • The date of your purchase.

  3. My keycode does not work.

    There are a couple of things that can keep a keycode from working with Goldfish Aquarium:

    Please Note: If you are upgrading from a CD, you will need to make sure that the CD is in the drive during this procedure.

    A. Some characters in the keycode can be easily confused (i.e. capital O and zero, capitol I and the number one, etc.). Try to copy and paste your keycode into the Goldfish Aquarium registration space to avoid any possible input errors.
    To copy and paste the keycode, see HERE.

    B. You may be attempting to use your keycode in another one of our programs (Marine Aquarium, Sharks, etc.) or an earlier version of Goldfish Aquarium. Please make sure that the version you downloaded is the version you purchased. A Goldfish Aquarium 1.0 keycode will NOT work with Goldfish Aquarium 2.0. If you have a 1.0 keycode you will need to either download 1.0 from HERE or upgrade to 2.0 HERE.

    C. The preference files related to the program may be corrupted. Try deleting and reestablishing the preference files as follows:

    1. From the Finder, go to File and select "Find".

    2. Use the following information.

      Search in: Local disks

      Search for items whose NAME CONTAINS: com.prolific.LifeGlobe.GoldfishAquarium2.plist

    3. Click the Search button. Once you find the file, drag each one that you find into the Trash and empty it. Empty the trash by holding the mouse button down on the trashcan for a few seconds until the "Empty Trash" option pops up.

    4. Try to unlock the program again.

  4. Goldfish Aquarium is slow or freezes.

    Slow or frozen graphics are most often caused by low video resources. The best way to improve performance is to complete ALL of the following steps:

    1. First switch your color resolution from millions to thousands of colors.

    2. Go to the Goldfish Aquarium preferences, under the Advanced tab and reduce the Shimmer setting to off.

    3. Also, reduce the number of goldfish in each tank.

    After finishing all of these steps, take each setting back to default to see where the problem is solved.

    If none of the above fixes work for you, please e-mail us and include the frames per second that Goldfish Aquarium is running at (This can be found by pressing the "S" key on your keyboard while the program is running.) and an Apple System Report (ASP):

    ASP for OS10.3.9 and higher
    1. Choose the Apple Menu, "About this Mac" item.
    2. Click on the "More Info..." button in the window that pops up. The Apple System Profiler will launch.
    3. From the "File" menu chose the "Save..." item.
    4. Name the file and Save it.
    5. Compress it with stuffit or some other common compression tool.
    6. E-mail it to us with a description of your problem.


  1. Before purchasing the Goldfish Aquarium we strongly recommend you test the program to see if it works on your computer. You can do this by downloading the program and running the demo version as outlined HERE.

  2. Yes.

    In the interest of protecting your credit card and personal information, we do have several layers of security to ensure that our sites are secure as possible. For more information on our site security, please see our security statement.

  3. This depends on how you made your original purchase:

    If your original purchase was a CD, please click HERE

    If your original purchase was a DOWNLOAD, please click HERE.

  4. To run Goldfish Aquarium 2.0, you will need:

    • 600 MHz or faster G4 Macintosh or any G5 or Intel Macintosh.
    • Mac OS 10.4 or higher.
    • Video card with accelerated OpenGL drivers and 32 MB or more of video RAM.

    Also, we recommend that you demo Goldfish 2.0 on your computer as outlined HERE before you purchase.

  5. Yes!

    Goldfish Aquarium 2 is fully compatible with Intel Macs.

  6. No.

    We do not have a CD for Goldfish Aquarium 2 nor can we ship CDs with online orders. We do plan to have a CD produced for sale through stores in the future, however we do not have a release date at this time.

    If you have made an online purchase, you will need to download and install as outlined HERE.

  7. Yes and yes!

    Goldfish Aquarium has multiple monitor support for Mac. If the Aquarium is not displaying on all of your monitors, click HERE.

    Goldfish Aquarium will automatically switch between regular and widescreen mode depending on the size ratio of the window or screen being used for display.

    If the Aquarium is not displaying widescreen correctly, click HERE.

  8. No.

    Unfortunately, we do not have a version of Goldfish Aquarium available for OS9.

  9. We cannot guarantee that it will work on your system, but we have heard of customers doing this successfully. Check out the following links for more information:

    http://www.gideonsoftworks.com/xback.html
    http://www.feldoncentral.com/Sachs/macintosh.html

  10. Check out the LifeGlobe fan site, complete with news, wish lists, fish databases, and discussion forums:

    Inside: LifeGlobe

  11. Goldfish 2.02 is fully compatible with OS 10.6 Snow Leopard. If you have an old install (v2.01 and before) this will not work on the new OS.

    To download the latest version of the program please click HERE.

    If you are upgrading to or purchasing a new copy of Goldfish Aquarium 2 please download and test the Demo version first. For instruction on how to download and activate the demo mode please click HERE.

    If you own a current Goldfish Aquarium 2 keycode but have lost your keycode please use our keycode retrieval system HERE.

  1. There are a couple of things that can keep a keycode from working with Goldfish Aquarium:

    Please Note: If you are upgrading from a CD, you will need to make sure that the CD is in the drive during this procedure.

    A. Some characters in the keycode can be easily confused (i.e. capital O and zero, capitol I and the number one, etc.). Try to copy and paste your keycode into the Goldfish Aquarium registration space to avoid any possible input errors.
    To copy and paste the keycode, see HERE.

    B. You may be attempting to use your keycode in another one of our programs (Marine Aquarium, Sharks, etc.) or an earlier version of Goldfish Aquarium. Please make sure that the version you downloaded is the version you purchased. A Goldfish Aquarium 1.0 keycode will NOT work with Goldfish Aquarium 2.0. If you have a 1.0 keycode you will need to either download 1.0 from HERE or upgrade to 2.0 HERE.

    C. The preference files related to the program may be corrupted. Try deleting and reestablishing the preference files as follows:

    1. From the Finder, go to File and select "Find".

    2. Use the following information.

      Search in: Local disks

      Search for items whose NAME CONTAINS: com.prolific.LifeGlobe.GoldfishAquarium2.plist

    3. Click the Search button. Once you find the file, drag each one that you find into the Trash and empty it. Empty the trash by holding the mouse button down on the trashcan for a few seconds until the "Empty Trash" option pops up.

    4. Try to unlock the program again.



  2. Please go HERE and enter your e-mail to retrieve your keycode.

    If this procedure does not work, e-mail us the following information where applicable and we can retrieve your information from our customer database:

    • The full name you registered under.
    • The Order Number from your confirmation e-mail.
    • Your e-mail address at the time of purchase.
    • Your old keycode. (If you are upgrading from an older order)
    • The exact product you purchased.
    • The store or website you purchased the product from.
    • The date of your purchase.


  3. To copy and paste your keycode, do the following:

    1. Hold down the mouse button and pass the cursor over the keycode. This will highlight the code. Be sure not to grab any extra characters or leave any out.

    2. Press the Command Key (Open Apple) and the "C" key at the same time. This will COPY the keycode.

    3. Start Goldfish Aquarium.

    4. The first time you run Goldfish Aquarium the registration window will appear. Copy and paste your keycode into the registration space to avoid any possible input errors (Some characters can be easily mixed up i.e. the letter O and zero, capitol I and the number one, etc.) and press enter. The registration window may not appear if you have not quit (not just closed) the System Preferences application.

    5. Put the cursor in the registration window and click the mouse button once Press Command Key and "V" at the same time. This will PASTE the keycode. Be sure to eliminate any spaces before or after the code so you can have a clean paste.

    6. Press the Enter key. The program should start right up.


  4. Unfortunately, since our CDs are manufactured by another company, we cannot replace lost or damaged CDs with another CD or a keycode. Please e-mail our Technical Support department for other possible solutions to this issue.

  1. We created Goldfish Aquarium to act as a demo until you entered a valid keycode. To properly install Goldfish Aquarium, and activate the demo mode, follow the instructions below:

    1. IMPORTANT: Before installing, be sure your antivirus software is deactivated for the duration of the installation. Also, if your computer is a lower end machine, you may optionally wish to set its color resolution to "thousands of colors" to improve performance (See "Displays" under System Preferences, in the Apple Menu).

    2. Download a fresh copy of Goldfish Aquarium from HERE. Or you can download from our websites Products page using the DOWNLOAD link.

    3. When the download is finished, you will have a new disk image (.dmg) file on your desktop named Goldfish Aquarium 2.dmg. Double-click this file to open it.

    4. Once the file has opened, you will see an icon named Goldfish Aquarium 2 that looks like an open box. Double-click this icon to begin the installation.

    5. Read and follow the installation instructions. This will automatically install an application version of Goldfish Aquarium into your Hard Drive/Applications folder and a .saver version of Goldfish Aquarium into your Hard Drive/Library/Screen Savers folder.

    6. Go to your Hard Drive/Applications folder and double-click the Goldfish Aquarium icon. The registration window will appear.

    7. Type LIFEGLOBE into the registration box. This will activate the demo version of the program. The registration window may not appear if you have not quit (not just closed) the System Preferences application. You will have to enter the LIFEGLOBE code each time you start the program.

    8. At this point you can try to switch your color resolution to millions if that is what you are used to. If there is no difference in performance than you can leave the resolution as it is.

    9. Do not forget to reactivate your antivirus software when you are finished.


  2. To properly install Goldfish Aquarium, follow the instructions below. If you have already installed Goldfish Aquarium 2 on your computer, please skip to step #6:

    1. IMPORTANT: Before installing, be sure your antivirus software is deactivated for the duration of the installation. Also, if your computer is a lower end machine, you may optionally wish to set its color resolution to "thousands of colors" to improve performance (See "Displays" under System Preferences, in the Apple Menu).

    2. Download a fresh copy of Goldfish Aquarium from HERE. Or you can download from our websites Products page using the DOWNLOAD link.

    3. When the download is finished, you will have a new disk image (.dmg) file on your desktop named Goldfish Aquarium 2.dmg. Double-click this file to open it.

    4. Once the file has opened, you will see an icon named Goldfish Aquarium 2 that looks like an open box. Double-click this icon to begin the installation.

    5. Read and follow the installation instructions. This will automatically install an application version of Goldfish Aquarium into your Hard Drive/Applications folder and a .saver version of Goldfish Aquarium into your Hard Drive/Library/Screen Savers folder.

    6. If you are upgrading using a CD Upgrade code, place your Goldfish Aquarium CD in the computer now. If you are not upgrading with a CD please skip this step.

    7. Go to the Apple Menu and select System Preferences.

    8. Double click on the Desktop & Screen Savers (Screen Effects in OS10.2 Jaguar) icon.

    9. Select Goldfish Aquarium 2 from the list of screen savers. The first time you select or run Goldfish Aquarium, the registration window will appear.

    10. Copy and paste your keycode into the registration space to avoid any possible input errors (Some characters can be easily mixed up i.e. the letter O and zero, capitol I and the number one, etc.) and press enter.

    11. Use the Activation and Hot Corners tabs to set activation conditions for the screen saver.

    12. The Goldfish Aquarium can now be run either from the desktop application or will come on as your screen saver.

    13. At this point you can try to switch your color resolution to millions if that is what you are used to. If there is no difference in performance than you can leave the resolution as it is.

    14. Do not forget to reactivate your antivirus software when you are finished.


  3. To properly install the Goldfiish Aquarium 2 OSX, follow the instructions below:

    1. IMPORTANT: Before installing, be sure your anti-virus software is deactivated for the duration of the installation.

    2. Insert the Goldfish Aquarium CD into the computer.

    3. Double-click the CD to open it and open the OSX folder. In this folder is the Marine Aquarium 2.saver file (folder icon) and the Marine Aquarium 2 application file (fish icon).

    4. Click and drag the Marine Aquarium 2 application file to your desktop for easy use.

    5. Double click on the "Hard Drive" icon on the desktop.

    6. Double click on the "Library" folder.

    7. Click and drag the Goldfish Aquarium 2.saver file into the "Screen Savers" folder.

    8. Go to the Apple Menu and select "System Preferences".

    9. Click on the "Desktop and Screen Savers" icon (“Screen Effects” in OS 10.2 Jaguar).

    10. Select "Goldfish Aquarium 2" from the list of screen savers.

    11. Marine Aquarium can now be run either from the desktop application or will come on as your screen saver.

    12. The first time you run Aquarium the program will read the CD and unlock the program.

    13. Don't forget to reactivate your anti-virus software when you are finished.


  4. To do a FULL reinstall of the Goldfish Aquarium, please follow the instructions below.

    1. Perform the longer version of the uninstall as outlined HERE.

    2. Perform the install as outlined HERE.


  5. Uninstalling Goldfish Aquarium is as simple as dragging the Goldfish Aquarium.Saver file and the Goldfish Aquarium application into the trash. If you would like a more thorough uninstall procedure, carefully follow the instructions below:

    1. From the Finder, go to File and select Find.

    2. Use the following information:

      Search in: Local disks

      Search for items whose NAME CONTAINS: Goldfish Aquarium

    3. Click the Search button.

    4. Drag each file that you find into the Trash and empty it. Empty the trash by holding the mouse button down on the trashcan for a few seconds until the "Empty Trash" menu pops up.

    5. Close the Search Results window.

    6. Repeat steps 2 and 3 with the following information:

      Search in: Local disks

      Search for items whose NAME CONTAINS: com.prolific

    7. Click the Search button.

    8. Drag each file you find into the trash and empty it.

    9. This will clean your system of any Goldfish Aquarium data.


  1. You can bring up the Goldfish Aquarium settings menu in one of two ways:
    1. Press the spacebar on your keyboard while Goldfish Aquarium running.

    2. From the System Preferences/Desktop & Screen Savers menu, click the OPTIONS button.
    Once you have the settings menu up you can pick fish, pick tanks, and change the program options. For more information on the different settings menu tabs see the following sections:
    Settings tab - Basic settings.

    Fish tab - Pick and rate your goldfish.

    Tank tab - Choose tanks and adjust individual settings.


  2. A copy of this list can be found under the Help tab in the settings menu.

    Keyboard Commands
    B - Bubble sound on/off
    C - Bubbles on/off
    S - Show frame rate
    W - Wireframe/normal mode
    L - Automatic lighting on/off
    Up or Down Arrow - Main Lights up or down
    Right or Left Arrow - Background lights up or down
    R - Restore default settings
    [ or ] - Go to previous/next Tank
    space space - Change the random fish

    Application
    Cmd-Q - Quit
    ? - Help
    F - Full screen/window mode
    M - Enable/disable exit full screen on mouse move
    D - Enable/disable full screen in desktop
    space - Settings

    Screen Effects
    D - Enable/disable multiple displays


  3. Frame Rate
    Show Frame Rate - Displays Frames Per Second (animation speed) in the Goldfish Aquarium tank.

    Limit Frame Rate - Forces the frame rate (animation speed) of the Goldfish Aquarium to the frequency you select. If your Goldfish Aquarium is jerking, or running slowly, you may need to reduce the frame rate below the default 62 by using the slider bar.

    Sound
    Always On - Bubble sound will always be heard when the Aquarium is running.

    When Active - Bubble sound will only be heard when the Aquarium window is visible. Helpful when Goldfish Aquarium is in Windowed mode (see "F" hotkey HERE.)

    Off - Turns off bubble sound entirely.

    Volume Slider - Controls bubble volume.

    Application
    Run fullscreen on desktop - Runs Goldfish Aquarium in full screen mode when activated as an application.

    Exit Full Screen on Mouse Move - If this option is checked, you can exit full screen mode by moving your mouse or pressing a non-hotkey (see HERE for information about hotkeys) on your keyboard. If this option is not checked, you can only exit full screen mode by pressing the ESC key.

    Screen Effect
    Use multiple monitors - If this option is checked, the screen saver version of Goldfish Aquarium will appear on all of your monitors.


  4. Tank dropdown menu - This allows you to pick the tank you want to assign goldfish to. Once selected, you can start assigning fish.

    Fish selection box - This box shows you what goldfish have been assigned to the current tank. Random Choices are unique - Checking this box will make sure that no random choices are the same.

    Fish info - Information on the fish you have highlighted.

    Fish library - Here you will find all of the goldfish. The stars under the fish are their rating. You can rate a fish by clicking on it and adjusting the rating bar under the Fish info box.

    The fish library includes two other options:

    • ? - RANDOM will assign a goldfish at random, with preference given to those with the highest rating.

    • X - OFF will leave a blank space and the tank will have one less goldfish in the tank.


  5. Tank list - Lists all of the tanks. The list also includes the following:

    • Checkbox - If you like the tank, check the box and it will be included in the display cycle. If you do not like the tank, uncheck the box and you will not have to see the tank.

    • Preview - A handy thumbnail that allows you to see which tank you are changing settings for.

    • Name - The name of the tank.

    • Automatic lights checkbox - Turns the automatic lights on or off for the tank.

    • Bubble column checkbox - Turns bubble column on or off for the tank.

    Tank Settings
    Automatic light - To prevent your monitor from burning in, the Goldfish Aquarium will cycle the lighting from light to dark across the tank. Un-checking this box will give you full control of the lighting using the Lights slider below.

    Length of day - Determines the length, from light to dark, of the lighting cycle when Automatic lighting is on. Can be set from 3 minutes to 30 minutes.

    Light sliders - Manual settings for the lighting, Foreground and Background, when Automatic lighting is off.

    Bubbles - Turns bubbles on or off.

    Bubble frequency - Adjusts how often bubbles stream up the background.

    Debris - Checking this will display floating particles of debris in the tanks.



    Cycle checked tanks - Checking this option will allow the tanks you selected in the Tank Selection Window to cycle after a period of time.

    Tank cycle time - This slider will adjust the period of time for the Tanks to change. This slider can be set from 8 seconds to 10 minutes.

  6. The Goldfish Aquarium can display a variety of goldfish, depending on which tank you are displaying. To access and use the goldfish library, please follow the instructions below:

    1. Go to your System Preferences and click on the Desktop & Screen Savers icon. This will bring up the Desktop & Screen Savers preferences menu.

    2. Select Goldfish Aquarium and click the OPTIONS button. This will bring up the Goldfish Aquarium preferences menu.

    3. Click the Fish tab. On the right is the fish library with a selection of goldfish to choose from. On the upper left is the tank selection dropdown menu, fish selection box, and the fish info window.

    4. To assign a Goldfish to a Tank, first select the Tank from the scrolling menu at the top right of the page, then select it and click the double arrow button. Each Tank must be fill with Goldfish individually.

    5. To select a goldfish, click on it. This will display information in the fish info window and allow you to change the rating of the goldfish using the stars at the bottom left of the page.

    6. Selecting X (OFF) will leave that slot blank and the Goldfish Aquarium will have one less fish in the Tank.

    7. Select ? (RANDOM) and the Goldfish Aquarium will pick a fish for you at random every time it runs the tank, with preference given to those with the highest rating.

    8. Checking the option "Random Choices are unique" will make sure that no random choices are the same.


  1. Slow or frozen graphics are most often caused by low video resources. The best way to improve performance is to complete ALL of the following steps:

    1. First switch your color resolution from millions to thousands of colors.

    2. Go to the Goldfish Aquarium preferences, under the Advanced tab and reduce the Shimmer setting to off.

    3. Also, reduce the number of goldfish in each tank.

    After finishing all of these steps, take each setting back to default to see where the problem is solved.

    If none of the above fixes work for you, please e-mail us and include the frames per second that Goldfish Aquarium is running at (This can be found by pressing the "S" key on your keyboard while the program is running.) and an Apple System Report (ASP):

    ASP for OS10.3.9 and higher
    1. Choose the Apple Menu, "About this Mac" item.
    2. Click on the "More Info..." button in the window that pops up. The Apple System Profiler will launch.
    3. From the "File" menu chose the "Save..." item.
    4. Name the file and Save it.
    5. Compress it with stuffit or some other common compression tool.
    6. E-mail it to us with a description of your problem.


  2. Pressing the "F" key on your keyboard, while Goldfish Aquarium is running, will switch the the program to full screen mode. If this does not do the trick, bring up the Goldfish Aquarium settings menu, go to the Advanced tab and try changing the settings for Layout and Method.

  3. The multiple monitor function on Goldfish Aquarium only works with the screen saver mode not the application.

    If you are not seeing displays on all monitors when Goldfish Aquarium is running as a screen saver, bring up the Goldfish Aquarium settings menu, click on the Settings tab, and check "Use multiple monitors" under Screen Effects.

  4. Go to the Goldfish Aquarium Preferences menu and check Limit frame rate under the Settings tab. Then set the frame rate low enough to keep the fan off, or stay within the amount of CPU utilization you desire.

  1. Burn-in is a generic term for a ghost-like image that appears on a monitor or television after displaying an image that does not change for a long period of time. Burn-in is also called ghosting or image persistence. While the exact cause is different for different types of monitors, the result is the same, a light or dark area of the screen where the non-moving image was displayed. Due to better technology, energy saver options, and screen savers, burn-in is much less of a problem than in the past. However, any program, even a screen saver, can cause burn-in if left running long enough.

  2. Screen savers were originally designed to help avoid the effects of burn-in by automatically changing the images on the screen when the computer was not in use (thus "saving" the screen from burn-in). They are usually set up to launch automatically by the computers operating system, waiting a specified amount of time after the last keystroke or the last mouse movement made by a user. The screen saver then blanks the screen, or more commonly produces animation effects, thus avoiding any "fixed" images.

    Modern monitors are much less susceptible to burn-in than older models due to better technology and energy saver options . For these reasons, screen savers today are primarily decorative or for entertainment, and usually feature moving images or patterns and sometimes sound effects.

    Our LifeGlobe and SereneScreen products are hyper-realistic simulators. They model real creatures in real environments. They are completely unpredictable, and follow behaviors modeled after their real life counterparts.

    As a result, the background can remain on screen for long periods of time without change.

    By default our simulators ship in a mode that cycles the background and/or lighting. Changing these options can effect some monitors over a long period of time. If you are concerned about burn-in, do not turn off this cycle.

  3. Most computers have several layers of protection against burn-in:

    Better technology
    Advancements in monitor hardware and software mean that todays monitors are less likely to burn-in.

    Energy saver options
    To save electricity, monitors will switch to an energy saving mode after a period of time, either reducing the brightness of the display or turning off the display entirely.

    Screen savers
    Finally, there are an incredible number of screen savers that display moving images to reduce the persistence of a single image on the screen helping to avoid burn-in.

    However, even with these advancements and options, in rare cases, burn-in can still occur. To prevent burn-in, we recommend the following:

    • Different monitors have different needs when it comes to burn-in. You should check the users manual for specific information, or even contact the manufacturer, just to be sure what steps you can take for your specific monitor.

    • Set the energy saver options to turn off your monitor when not in use for a long period of time.

    • With any of our products, the background and foreground lighting change constantly on an automatic cycle. If you are concerned about burn-in, do not turn off this cycle.


  4. This depends on the kind of monitor you have.

    CRT
    Unfortunately, once burn-in occurs on a CRT monitor, there is no fix as the actual process that produces the image has been damaged.

    LCD & Plasma monitors
    The approach to fixing burn-in on plasma and LCD monitors is the same: Display a white screen on the display for a length of time equal to the image that burned-in.

    Apple has an excellent article on how to go about this:

    Apple: Avoiding image persistence on Apple LCD displays


  1. You can find the current list of Goldfish on the Meet the Fish page of our website.

    If you do not see the Goldfish you like, e-mail us a picture and we will add it to our suggestions!

  2. Currently we do not permit people to create or add custom goldfish fish for Goldfish Aquarium. The reasons are multifold, but the most important one is that while we trust an artisan would be motivated, and even capable of creating a truly wonderful masterpiece, there are others that might not, and if a version were to get out that was less than the highest quality, it might reflect poorly on us.

    If you are interesting in creating fish or wildlife for our company, we are always seeking talented artists. Please e-mail us samples of your work.

    Thank you for your support!

  3. Products purchased directly from our website as an electronic download do not need to be registered; all of your information was entered into our database at the time of purchase. However, if you did not sign up for the mailing list, you will receive none of these services.

    You can change this by logging into your account HERE.

    If you would like to be removed at any time, you can also do so by logging into your account.

    If you purchased a Goldfish Aquarium CD, you can register it with the manufacturer HERE.

  4. Our models were made by hand, and were designed to be very low polygon count, as well as simulate as closely as possible the real animals. Sometimes this simply required creating the creature, and watching it for days if not weeks. During this period, we fine tune the fish until we cannot distinguish between the real thing and our creation.

For further Technical Assistance please check
our Customer Support page.



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