Evangelion Anime Applications Begin Appearing in App Store

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    Several weeks ago, we reported on forthcoming applications from Appliya based on the Evangelion anime franchise, and within the past few days the first three applications in the series have been released in the App Store. As we previously noted, these apps have basic functionalities that draw upon the styling of Evangelion.

    - Evangelion vol.1 Cut Out [App Store, $1.99] provides "cut out" templates of Evangelion images that can be placed over images from the iPhone's Camera Roll. The app allows users to place their own faces or those of their friends into the scenes and save the images.

    - Evangelion vol.2 Clock [App Store, $2.99] is a simple clock application based on the style of the timer screens in NERV headquarters in the film.

    - Evangelion vol.3 Picture Stamp [App Store, $1.99] allows users to insert various images from the film into their own photos

    Article Link: Evangelion Anime Applications Begin Appearing in App Store
     
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    I can put my face on Gendo Ikari’s body ?!?!? :eek:


    who is Gendo Ikari?
     
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    Anyone else think this is a complete and utter waste of money and space? $1.99 and $2.99? Come on...
     
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    I'd rather put my face on Misato Katsuragi's body ;)

    I enjoyed the anime (except for its endings) but don't think I'm quite enough of a fanboy to pick up what look like fairly useless fan merchandise apps.
     
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    Even the clock is of questionable use since the animation is kind of skewed (the screenshots in the store are what it actually looks like on the phone, they weren't just taking a picture at a weird angle). Kind of misses the point of a clock if you can't read it.
     
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    Countdown

    Hmmm. What kind of fun can we have with the countdown clock in the passenger screening areas at the airport... :eek:
     
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    less exciting than I expected...

    This article caught my eye, and I was pretty excited until I had a chance to look at the apps themselves; pretty uninspired on the whole. The clock looks very true to form, but I agree with an earlier poster that it's not too practical. It made me a little nostalgic for the series, though; I should pull out the DVDs again :)
     
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    This app is what is wrong with the app store. Instead of releasing 1 decent app, the developer released 3 crappy apps and over charging each of them.
     
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    I kinda liked Asuka :p.

    But yeah, the app seems a bit useless.
     
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    ahah that would be cool :cool:
     
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    Most useless set of apps in the store so far?
     
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    you have not seen the yes ma'am, no, marriage saver for men, marriage saver for women set of apps have you? terrible.
     

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