Cubicle Flood: Disaster Visualization Software

 

Reset Cubicle Flood

Use the instructions and reset code below to drain the water from Cubicle Flood and start again with the water level at just inches. (Scroll to the bottom of this page for today's reset code.)

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Download Cubicle Flood for Mac or Windows. Click here.

Reset Mac

1. From the Start menu, go to "Control Panel".

2. Open the "Display" panel, and click on the "Screen Saver" tab.

3. In the Screen Saver pulldown, make sure "Cubicle Flood" is selected. Now click the "Settings" button.

4. You should now see Cubicle Flood's own settings panel. Click the flashing red tab that says "Reset". (Note: there are lots more settings here for you to play with, including flood speed.)

5. Enter today's reset code (which you can find by scrolling down to the bottom of this page). Click the "Reset Flood" button and watch the water level lower. Your Cubicle Flood screen saver is now reset, and you can watch the flood all over again.

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Reset Mac

1. From the Apple menu, select "System Preferences..."

2. In the first row of preferences, click to open "Desktop & Screen Saver".

3. In the left-hand "Screen Savers" column, make sure "Cubicle Flood" is selected. Then click the "Options..." button under the "Preview" pane.

4. You should now see Cubicle Flood's own settings panel. Click the flashing red tab that says "Reset". (Note: there are lots more settings here for you to play with, including flood speed.)

5. Enter today's reset code (which you can find by scrolling down to the bottom of this page). Click the "Reset Flood" button and watch the water level lower. Your Cubicle Flood screen saver is now reset, and you can watch the flood all over again.

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Today's Reset Code:


 

 

 

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