Japanese iPhone App Glance: SFCE時計

Today we will look at an app from Sega.  It’s SFCE時計 which is SFCE Clock if my Japanese is right.  SFCE stands for Shining Force CROSS Elysion.  It’s an arcade game based on Sega’s popular Shining Force series.

The version here is 1.0.

The app is a basically a clock app.  There is no title screen appearing when you start the app.  It goes straight to the clock.  It may look like a simple clock app, but it’s not really.  This thing is quite complicated.

Tap the info button & you will be sent to the settings menu.  When you look at it, you will be in a stand still.  This app has so much options to change the clock.

This is one of the options.  This one is for changing the wallpaper.

This one is the third wallpaper from the top of the list.

Can you see the difference with this pic with the previous one?  At 12, 3, 6, & 9 marks, there are SD characters there.  Another option you can add to the clock.

More SD character changes.

More of the options.  This is the one that puts the SD characters.  It’s really changing the font/text of the clock numbers.

Found in the setting menu.  Not sure why Sega put this code script here.

The clock app has so much customization I’ve ever seen from a clock app.  You can also change the clock hands to different swords as well.  The only thing you can’t change is the clock from analog to digital.

This app is really loaded for a clock app.  Luckily I only do glance postings or else I would take a long time talking about this.  You can try it out by getting it for free from the Japanese App Store here.  If you are an Android user, you can get it from the Google Play store here for free as well.

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