PSP Alarm v0.5, written in Lua. This program allows a user to turn their PSP into an alarm clock and make it countdown the desired time until the alarm goes off. Here is a description from the author of this program: "
How to Use
Uset the cursor to edit the alarm settings to your desired time. Set the hours, minutes, and seconds.
Once you have your time set, press Start to Start the alarm.
Standard Alarm Clock System
Using Custom Alarm Sound
Simply put your .wav into the sounds folder, and name it alarm1.wav
Future Verions Will Include
More Custom Alarms
Stop Watch Feature
Anything Else I See Fit
PS. This is a great learning tool for using timers in Lua!
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