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OtaClock (オタクロック) is a neat desktop application displaying you the time and date with Otacon.
There are download links preserved by the Wayback Machine where you can download it. Also, there are two language versions available i.e. Japanese and English.
Unfortunately, I am not able to provide the download links myself. So you need to use a search engine and trace the download link by yourself.

Here are some keywords for you that might help you to track the download link down using a search engine:



English

'“OtaClock” is a desktop clock application designed by Otacon, himself.'

Link: https://web.archive.org/web/20150130201810/http://www.konami.jp/kojima_pro/english/dl/item_ota.html

日本語

「オタクロック」は“オタコン”がデザインされたデスクトップ時計アプリケーションです。

リンク: https://web.archive.org/web/20070306084415/http://www.konami.jp/gs/orpijok/mgs3_pre.html
Post edited October 08, 2020 by JudasIscariot
I'm very sorry for this double posting, but there seems to be no obvious way to contact the forum staff.
I would like to provide the download links from the Wayback Machine, but I am unfortunately not able to do that.

If possible, I would appreciate a private message from someone who is willing to post the links on my behalf.
These links are not very easy to find and I would like to make it more accessible to people.

So, if someone is willing to post the links, please PM me.
Thank you! :)
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RogueTwo6250194: I would like to provide the download links from the Wayback Machine
Hey, so you should be able to post (close to) links if you put a space between the ".", or otherwise break up the link, like gog(.)com

Obviously the person has to remove the extra unnecessary characters but that's pretty close.
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RogueTwo6250194: I would like to provide the download links from the Wayback Machine
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tfishell: Hey, so you should be able to post (close to) links if you put a space between the ".", or otherwise break up the link, like gog(.)com

Obviously the person has to remove the extra unnecessary characters but that's pretty close.
English
“OtaClock” is a desktop clock application designed by Otacon, himself.
Link: https://web . archive . org/web/20150130201810/http://www . konami . jp/kojima_pro/english/dl/item_ota . html

日本語
「オタクロック」は“オタコン”がデザインされたデスクトップ時計アプリケーションです。
リンク: https://web.archive . org/web/20070306084415/http://www.konami . jp/gs/orpijok/mgs3_pre . html
Wow - that's actually pretty neat! Pretty surprised they don't just include this with MGS2 here, it works perfectly on Windows 8.1 if anyone was wondering by the way :P
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FlamingFirewire: Wow - that's actually pretty neat! Pretty surprised they don't just include this with MGS2 here, it works perfectly on Windows 8.1 if anyone was wondering by the way :P
Works also with Windows 10. :)
Anyone here got the alarm clock to work on OtaClock?... it doesn't seem to work on my end...
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TheOrangeMatty: Anyone here got the alarm clock to work on OtaClock?... it doesn't seem to work on my end...
I use Windows 10 and it works for me. Can you perhaps elaborate further, please? What is the issue?

PS: I contacted GOG.com and they are willing to post the unaltered links for me. :)
Post edited October 08, 2020 by RogueTwo6250194
Not gonna lie, I forgot about this way back. Glad to see this brought up again and I got it downloaded and on my desktop. BTW it looks GREAT! on 4k monitors. Wish he talked when you poke him or something.
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TheOrangeMatty: Anyone here got the alarm clock to work on OtaClock?... it doesn't seem to work on my end...
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RogueTwo6250194: I use Windows 10 and it works for me. Can you perhaps elaborate further, please? What is the issue?

PS: I contacted GOG.com and they are willing to post the unaltered links for me. :)
Well basically I set the alarm clock on OtaClock to on and I set my custom time for the alarm clock in the alarm.txt file but when it hits that time nothing happens at all. How did you get it to work?.
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RogueTwo6250194: I use Windows 10 and it works for me. Can you perhaps elaborate further, please? What is the issue?

PS: I contacted GOG.com and they are willing to post the unaltered links for me. :)
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TheOrangeMatty: Well basically I set the alarm clock on OtaClock to on and I set my custom time for the alarm clock in the alarm.txt file but when it hits that time nothing happens at all. How did you get it to work?.
Oh, you mean that... I wasn't aware of it. Maybe there's some fix out there somewhere?