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Halloween Pumpkin

For you to decorate your home screen with something special on Halloween we've made a Halloween Pumpkin live wallpaper. Now you can enjoy the spooky atmosphere of Halloween night with every look at your cell phone. A must-have for Halloween celebration Jack-o'-lantern blinks it's eyes in dark cemetery. Flames of a pair of candles create dim flickering light around it to fulfill this scary autumn scene. The pumpkin has a variety of carvings and colors for you to choose from, also you can change the stone pedestal it is placed on, color of candles and ground of graveyard.
Free version doesn't include all the ways to customize the scene, you can change only the type of altar for Jack-o'-lantern.

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