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Android Live Wallpapers: Doom and Timester (Video)

By Legacy November 19, 2010, 5:14 am

Remember Doom, the game that helped popularize the first-person shooter genre? Well, now you can relive memories of blasting away demonic enemies through a Doom-themed Live Wallpaper on Android. It features the "Doom Guy" battling it out against familiar monsters from the original game. He wanders around your home screen until enemies spawn, then he fires his weapon until they drop or explode. The wallpaper features some interesting interactive elements and settings too.

Timester is essentially a Live Wallpaper with a built-in working clock. The timepiece is unique because it has animated parts and is designed to look like it's powered by a running hamster. The wallpaper was actually requested on XDA last month, so it's good to see it go from concept to reality so soon. The initial version doesn't have very many features, but rest assured, more are planned and coming. You can grab both Live Wallpapers from the Android Market for free. Check out the video below to see them in action.


Source: XDA-Developers (1),(2)


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