OtaColock DS RC2 Nintendo DS homebrew developer madcat1990 has announced the release of OtaColock DS RC2. For those new to this program, this application is an alarm clock which requires users to solve a math problem before the alarm shuts off.
This version of the application sees quite a number of improvements over the previous version. Here's the change log of the program as taken from the application's released thread:
* Otacon's eyes now follow the stylus * Alarm now rings while the Ds's lid is closed * colored/remade some graphics * Added copyright at beginning of program * Added a "Scared" otacon sprite when you get the math problem wrong * When you get the math problem wrong, the program will generate a new one * fixed a minimal flickering
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Date: 7 Jul 16
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