From GameBrew - a wiki dedicated to Video Game Homebrew.
Sleeper Killer is basically an alarm clock with special features meant limit the amount of time you waste by sleeping. It supports motion.
It was submitted for the Neoflash Summer Coding Compo 2007 (winner).
- motion device supported
- 4 mode to choose from
- hidden alarm music
By default alarm music is a classic 'Beep, Beep, Beep'. The screen lights will automatically turn off if the alarm isn't ringing.
There are 2 options to set the alarm how to ring and 2 options to set when to ring:
NDS motion mode
In this mode, you must have a motion enabled device (NDS motion, DS motion pak, neoflash R6 gold, neoflash MK6) and when you want to put the alarm clock on snooze (which stops the alarm sound for 3 minutes), you must turn your DS as you would turn a steerwheel 4 times and the next time you want to use the snooze function you will need to make 4 more turns.
In this mode, you will have to do 4 mathematics calculations to put the alarm clock on snooze (which stops the alarm sound for 3 minutes) and the next time you want to use the snooze function, you will need to make 4 more calculations.
In this mode, you won't wake up at a fixed time like every other alarm clock, but you'll only sleep for a fixed duration (example : sleep for 8 hours)
The clock will ring at the time you set it to.
L and Down/ R and B while on menu - hidden alarm music
Stylus - turn on ds (from sleeping mode)
Thanks to Ashai Ray for the digital numbers code
Thanks to Mollusk for it's lib and continuous support