If you, like most of the QJ office, find it hard to get out of bed in the morning waking up to a days work, whether it be administrative, physical, or school work; then why not wake up to something a little more fun. Mexicansnake has today popped by our forums to tell us of a new release of his - the PSPirate's Alarm Clock. The difference with this alarm clock is that you're not only greeted by a friendly tune, but a video game as well.
Not satisfied with ust waking you up in the morning, this application/game hybrid which wakes you up to a mellow song, then starts up a single player game of PSPirates! This version includes animations, an analog clock, digital clock, date, PSP version spoof, battery level indicator and much more.
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