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                              Animal Crossing Clock FAQ
                                 For the Nintendo DS
                           Version 1.0 (Created 1/11/2012)
                                   By Devin Morgan
          This file is Copyright (c)2012 Devin Morgan. All rights reserved.
    Table of Contents
    1. What's New
    2. Introduction
    3. Game Modes
    4. Copyright Notice
    -=  1. What's New -=
    Version 1.0 (1/11/12): First and likely only version.
    -=  2. Introduction -=
    This is simply nothing more than an alarm clock with an Animal Crossing 
    theme. Be aware that you actually need to keep your DSi/3DS unit switched on, 
    and this application running, in order for its alarm to work! Aside from the 
    pretty backgrounds, this is not worth it, especially not for $1.99.
    -=  3. Game Modes -=
    When you start the application, the time and date will be shown on the top 
    screen at all times. It has an Animal Crossing background, but that's about 
    it; the app's functionality is detailed below.
    On the main clock screen, you can change the clock's display type. Choose 
    from a standard analog clockface, or a digital display which you can set to 
    display 12 or 24-hour time. If you tap on Town Tune, you will be able to 
    arrange the notes to be played at the top of every hour.
    You can set up to three alarms by tapping on any of them to reach their 
    settings. Turn on/off the individual alarms by tapping the small box directly 
    next to each listing. On the alarm setting screen, you can choose the time, 
    set the volume and even the sound to be played as the alarm. If you hit the 
    Snooze button, the alarm will ring for just one minute instead of the 
    standard five minutes.
    At the bottom of the main clock screen, you can hit the Settings button. 
    There you can adjust the energy saving feature for when the unit is not 
    charging (this dims the screens after a certain amount of idle time that you 
    set). You can offset the currently displayed time in relation to the system 
    time. Finally, you can set the time shown with the DSi/3DS native clock.
    -=  4. Copyright Notice -=
    This file is Copyright (c)2012 Devin Morgan. All rights reserved. Please view 
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    without my permission. I only want my most recent work to be available and I 
    do not feel that can be achieved if others take from me without my knowledge 
    or permission.
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    information, credit me for what you use. Please do not rip me off, as that is 
    blatant plagiarism and such will not be tolerated.
    If you wish to contact me, do so at dbmfaqs(at)gmail(dot)com. Please only 
    contact me if there are corrections to be made to information that's 
    currently included. Thanks!
    =- End of File -=

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