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SpaceMerc http://davidcdrake.com/spacemerc/ is a 3D first-person shooter (FPS) for your Pebble, the first FPS game ever developed for a smartwatch! In this sci-fi action game, you are an interstellar mercenary protecting humanity from hostile aliens, robots, and other dangers.
- “Up” button: Press once to step forward, twice to turn left.
- “Select” button: Fire your laser gun to demolish walls and kill enemies!
- “Down” button: Press once to step back, twice to turn right.
Stay tuned for the release of my fantasy RPG, PebbleQuest: http://davidcdrake.com/pebblequest/
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Here is what people are saying about PebbDrive:
“This thing has saved me from so many speeding tickets!”
“Whoa! It’s just like a Sci Fi movie!”
You must download the iOS companion app for this app to work. You can download it here:
“It’s great for bike rides!”
“The speedometer on my car is broke, this thing is a life saver!”
“I love using it when I drive, I don’t need to look at my phone!”
Use the speed limit alert, see a mini map and get turn-by-turn directions on your Pebble!
We took a no nonsense approach in developing this app for you to use on your Pebble. It’s a slick set up and easy to use.
Here is how you can start using PebbDrive:
START BY INSTALLING WATCHFACE
Start using the app by opening the app on your phone.
Press “INSTALL WATCHFACE” on the MAIN SCREEN.
(If you already installed the Pebble app from the Pebble App Store this step is unnecessary)
Then press, “Connect to Pebble” on the MAIN SCREEN.
Once you see the green light you are ready to go!
SPEED LIMIT ALERT
Note: Before using the app make sure your device is connected to Pebble via Bluetooth before inputting directions.
To start using the speed limit alert you have to do the following:
1) The app is set to use miles by default. If you want to change to kilometers go to the “UNITS” button in “SETTINGS.”
2) Next, set your desired speed limit setting by inputting the speed. Press “SETTINGS” on the MAIN SCREEN. On the SETTINGS screen you can input the speed on the “Set Speed Limit” button. For example if you set the UNITS button to use miles, and you put 55 in the Set Speed Limit button, when you go over 55mph your Pebble and iPhone will both vibrate and the numbers on the MAIN SCREEN of the iPhone app will turn red.
Press “DIRECTIONS” on the MAIN SCREEN
After pressing “DIRECTIONS” on the MAIN SCREEN you will be taken to the DIRECTIONS screen. Input your directions.
After inputting DIRECTIONS return to the MAIN SCREEN.
You’re ready to go!
While app is operating you can use the ZOOM function on the Pebble app.
Press the middle button on the right to display the zoom function on Pebble.
Press the top right button to ZOOM + and the bottom right button to ZOOM -
To return to the map screen press the middle button again.
Press the top right or bottom right buttons on Pebble to see directions.
Press the same buttons, top right and bottom buttons, to return to the map screen on Pebble.
Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Built-in battery saving techniques:
- The phone GPS will not shut off unless you press “Disconnect from Pebble”
- Another way to save on the battery is to not press “PREVENT IPHONE FROM SLEEPING."
If the light is red on this button then the “PREVENT IPHONE FROM SLEEPING” function is not turned on.
If this function is turned on it will drain more battery power.
Our customers are our top priority! Constructive feedback is highly appreciated! ([email protected]). Good reviews keep us motivated to keep adding cool functions for you! As always, you can choose which features you want to use.
-SPEED limit alert and speedometer functions added
-GUI adjustment for new speed functions
-Installed crash analytics
Bold is a simple, and super battery efficient watchface. Comes with a couple extra features like bluetooth status and (watch) battery bar.
(For the curious: white bar means connected, no bar (black) means disconnected)
Designed by Philipp Weder: http://www.iPhibse.ch
and developed by Edwin Finch: http://www.edwinfinch.com
RLR (Ruler) is a stylish, functional, and beautiful watchface. It has settings, such as BT [dis/re]connect alert, theme, batterybar style, and more. Not only that, but it also includes some awesome transition animations in the style of an old radio.
Designed by Philipp Weder http://www.iPhibse.ch
and developed by Edwin Finch.
If you are a portal fan you would know.
For more you can check out here : http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=the+cake+is+a+lie
IMPORTANT: Inverts on Connection loss.
5PM... What is their to say? The time that we all count down until, the time we dream of, the time we ditch our suits and ties and partake in the drink of the gods, BEER! Yes, if you are a simple office drone and 5PM is that glorious time you can forget your day in that beverage made by the tears of angels, this app may just help you get their a little easier.
Universal Ninety Hank. Based on original version by Hank.
Moonphase - Sunset / Sunrise - TimeZone - Clock - Battery - Connexion BT
Configure Language, Name and offset for TimeZone 1, 2, current TimeZone and geographical coordinates for Sunset/Sunrise. Reverse screen
Language : English, French, German
Offset TimeZone -12/+12. Date DD/MM - MM/DD
Works Off Line after first configuration.
This watchface is developed especially for Futurama fans! Digits written in "AL1" — Alien Language 1 from Futurama series.
If you have trouble reading it, please, check this link: http://theinfosphere.org/Alien_languages
White: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Black: 10 p.m. – 7 a.m.
Hope, you enjoy this watchface! :)
We Love Numbers.
Screen filled with random numbers. Cursor runs every minute scanning for matching hour and minute digits.
Bluetooth - top left corner (0 - no connection) Vibrates on disconnection.
Battery level - top right corner (9 - 100/90%, 8 - 80%, ... When charging digit is highlighted)
Date - bottom left conner (ddmm)
Seconds - bottom right (Optional)
This is an update to my old app (Binary Blocks - http://www.mypebblefaces.com/apps/5650/4755/)
It displays the time in binary, using squares to represent the hour/minutes. The left most column is the hour, the next column is the tens digit of minutes, and the righmost column is the ones digit for minutes.
For example the time in the screenshot is:
Hours (leftmost column) the top two boxes are marked, that means the 3rd and 4th 'bits' are active. Binary goes 1,2,4,8; since the 3rd and the 4th are lit up, that means the hour is 8+4 = 12
Tens minute: Here the only active one is the bottom block. That's easy! Since the first 'bit' is lit, it is a 1 (remember 1,2,4,8!)
Ones minute: This one is trickier. Here the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd 'bits' are all lit. So the time is (remember 1,2,4,8!) 1 + 2 + 4 = 7
Add those all up and it is 12:17 :)
That may seem like alot of work but eventually you recognize the patterns. I enjoy it as a teacher because my students see my watch and it gives them something to think about, maybe a new concept to learn!
As of now 24 Hour mode does not work, the watch will simply display the 12 hour time.
The watch also displays the date and day (as I often forget them). The next thing I was going to add was a vibrate on phone connection lost command.
I hope you enjoy! If there is anything else you would like to have in a watchface let me know!