Date Warp is an anime-style branching visual novel game with eleven different endings and five datable characters. The story starts with Janet and Bradley, who become stranded at a mysterious mansion in the woods while on their first date. The plot thickens when they realize that a mad scientist is hiding something in the basement.
Decoration is an image decorator. It applies effects to your photoset. It has an extensive set of effects (more than 100) including color border, gradient border, round corners, drop shadow, mirror, blur, reduce noise, tint, mosaic, superpose text, rotate, zoom, crop, button, brightness, contrast, gamma, glow, bend, sharpen, change transparency, kaleidoscope, oil, emboss, bump, and edge. You can also use it to generate buttons. Images can be located on your hard disk, on a Web site, or in the clipboard, or your can create an empty one. Examples are included in the software.
Deduplicator is a simple and efficient data deduplicator that works by hard linking files that have the same content. It is ideal for reducing the size of backups. It can save and restore intermediate results, so you can run it in a few short intervals, and allows you to review changes before they are committed to disk.
Deep Blue Sea is a match-3 puzzle game in which you find treasure and adventure in an underwater world. The mystery of the aquatic people of Avalonia unfolds as you discover the scattered fragments of their Sacred Amulets, salvaging treasure along the way. The plot thickens as the Amulets are assembled and their powers come to life. Deep Blue Sea entertains with engaging and challenging gameplay, unique features and power-ups, and an original soundtrack.
Defaults Manager is an editor for the User Defaults preferences database on Mac OS X. It allows you to easily view, edit, delete, and backup preferences, and can be used to view and change the preferences in almost any application. It is useful for developers that want to make sure their preferences are being stored and changed correctly, and can be used to unlock features that previously required the use of Terminal.