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PipClock Lite - Survive the Apocalypse

PipClock Lite - Survive the Apocalypse

Ruben Frosali

1.1 for iPhone

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17.0 MB

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PipClock Lite - Survive the Apocalypse Description
Introducing PipClock ☢, the First and Only Nuclear Wasteland Survival App!

Before leaving the Vault, check for health hazards and measure the radiation with the built-in Geiger Counter or scavenge the wasteland with the Magnetic Compass! All you need to survive, at your finger tips!

Surviving in the Post-Apocalyptic scorched wastelands, scavenging for food and guns under the radioactive fallout is not an easy job, is it?
Radioactive clouds, toxic rain, mutants, ghouls and zombies are just few of the safety hazards that you need to be aware of, every single day of your life.

Fortunately, exploring an abandoned fallout shelter, you found an old - but still functional (thanks to its compact Nuclear Engine) device: the PipClock ☢!

The PipClock ☢, manufactured by PXL Industries just few months before the nuclear holocaust, is the Best Survival Device for the newbie wandering explorer or the survivalist expert.

✔ Rusty High Resolution Textures for iPhone 4 and iPod 4
✔ Post-apocalyptic retro-futuristic design in Metal Alloy with monochrome Cathode Ray Tube display
✔ Reliable Post-Atomic Clock and Calendar
✔ Landscape mode to use PipClock on your wrist
✔ Hidden Retractable Compartment, easily accessed sliding the main screen
✔ Analog Magnetic Compass
✔ Realistic Geiger Counter with sounds and smoke!
✔ Dashboard mode - All the important data in one screen
✔ Self Protection Reinforced Hull (shake the device to Protect the PipClock from a Nuclear Explosion)
✔ Nuclear powered Flashlight with three different lightning presets (Broken Neon, Sleep mode, Emergency)

Check out the Full Version for many more cool features!

NOTE: To activate the Geiger Counter and the Magnetic Compass, touch and drag the main screen down.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: While the PipClock functions show real accurate datas (day night stats, weather and so on), the geiger counter is just for entertainment, it does not really work. There is absolutely no way to measure radiation with an iPhone.
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17.0 MB
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Ruben Frosali
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