Ranma Screen Saver case

The screensaver case and CD.

Ranma ½: The Screen Saver is a screensaver that was created by Software Sculptors, one of the divisions of former American multimedia entertainment company Central Park Media. Released in 1995, it was the third of four anime-themed screensavers created by Software Sculptors, coming after Bubblegum Crisis and Project A-Ko, and preceding Tenchi Muyo!.[1]


The screen saver features a series of clips from the dubbed version of the series that can be selected to be played. The Video Jukebox is a series of music video clips of songs from the series in the original Japanese.


The screen saver is available on a hybrid Windows/Mac CD-ROM with the following requirements:[2]

Windows Macintosh
Windows 3.1 and MS-DOS 5.0 or higher System 7
80386SX or higher CPU and CD-ROM drive 68020 or higher CPU
4 MB of RAM 4 MB of RAM
SVGA with at least 256 colors 256 color monitor
SoundBlaster compatible card


  1. Anime Stuff Issue 21, 3/23/1995 - Tom Mitchell's Anime Stuff Interview with John Sirabella of Software Sculptors
  2. Ranma 1/2 Merchandise

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