Peep Attack Widget
Peep Attack Widget
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Peep Attack Widget free download for Mac

Peep Attack Widget

2.0
06 October 2005

Widget clutters co-workers` Dashboard with Peeps.

Overview

Peep Attack Widget is a Dashboard widget that allows you to clutter a person's Dashboard screen on their Mac with different colored Peeps.

Distract your co-worker then install the PAW, then simply pull up as many Peeps as possible while they are not around. At this point you can either wait for them to open Dashboard on their own accord, or you can subtly inquire how the weather will be this weekend and ask if they could check that with the weather widget. Await awestruck reaction when they see the army of peeps before them.
Peeps are a product of the Just Born company located in Bethlehem, PA.

What's new in Peep Attack Widget

Version 2.0: Cleaned up the graphics, and added a 6 more Peeps to flip through, for a total of 7 colors and one mystery bonus Peep.

7 Peep Attack Widget Reviews

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Anonymous
04 October 2005

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Pathetic. Unbelievably, mindbogglingly pathetic. So pathetic that the word "pathetic" has been removed from the dictionary and replaced with the phrase "Peep Attack Widget". It creates something that looks like a yellow dog turd(though you do have the choice of purple) that just sits there. And if you want more than one you have to add them manually, though its a mystery why anyone would bother to take the time for such a lame gag (you could add multiple iterations of the clock for the same effect, except that might actually be useful). As far as pranks go I'd rate this well below the old "kick me" sign on the back, if only because of the wasted programming effort. Nobody but an imbecile will find this even remotely funny. You could try it on your co-workers, but expect an express ticket to Punchinthefaceville. Why isn't it possible to award negative stars?
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Version 1.0
Neko-Chan
17 April 2006
how about a sequel? maybe with peep bunnies?
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
06 October 2005
Clearly, an army of peeps on your desktop is MUCH more effective than duplicating a hundred calculators. It is a sugar-shock-and-awe campaign.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
06 October 2005
can you not just drag ANY widget out onto the dashboard a bunch of times and have the same effect? or does a bunch of peeps elicit a different response than say, a bunch of thesaurus widgets?
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Version 2.0
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Anonymous
Anonymous
06 October 2005
Well technically yeah. But I had to have a reason for making a Peep widget, instead of it merely being an image of a Peep on your Dashboard. There is no seriousness in this whatsoever, it more or less originated as a joke, the fact that so many people have downloaded it amazes me. I will say this, if you put 100 Peeps on someones Dashboard before they come to work in the morning and then just wait for their reaction, it tends to be a lot more interesting than say 100 Dictionary widgets.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
06 October 2005
Well technically yeah. But I had to have a reason for making a Peep widget, instead of it merely being an image of a Peep on your Dashboard. There is no seriousness in this whatsoever, it more or less originated as a joke, the fact that so many people have downloaded it amazes me. I will say this, if you put 100 Peeps on someones Dashboard before they come to work in the morning and then just wait for their reaction, it tends to be a lot more interesting than say 100 Dictionary widgets.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
04 October 2005
Punchinthefaceville is a much more hoppin' city than Ineedalifeberg. Nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there. Mayor Peepindash's policies are a little too conservative for my political meanderings.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
04 October 2005
I am downloading this widget, solely on the basis of a previous, "pathetically" negative review. Hoo-motherfatherin-ray for useless software.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
04 October 2005
Well, I like it. Useless for trying to prank other people, as is basically anything else that requires physical access to their computer. But, well, I like Peeps. Geez. Mellow out. Two requests: (a) more colors; (b) better picture quality; there's some poor antialiasing under the beak and a few random floating pixels above the Peep's... um, breast, I suppose. They're most visible against a dark background.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
04 October 2005
Pathetic. Unbelievably, mindbogglingly pathetic. So pathetic that the word "pathetic" has been removed from the dictionary and replaced with the phrase "Peep Attack Widget". It creates something that looks like a yellow dog turd(though you do have the choice of purple) that just sits there. And if you want more than one you have to add them manually, though its a mystery why anyone would bother to take the time for such a lame gag (you could add multiple iterations of the clock for the same effect, except that might actually be useful). As far as pranks go I'd rate this well below the old "kick me" sign on the back, if only because of the wasted programming effort. Nobody but an imbecile will find this even remotely funny. You could try it on your co-workers, but expect an express ticket to Punchinthefaceville. Why isn't it possible to award negative stars?
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 October 2005
hey, it's pointless but that's the fun part with widgets. they don't have to do anything. lighten up. if you can do so much better, then put your money where your big critical mouth is. that wasn't a review, just an out and out assault.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 October 2005
I wasn't going to download this until I read the incredibly negative review posted earlier. Now I will keep it in my dashboard for a week or two, just 'cuz.
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Version 1.0
Versanick
Versanick
06 October 2005
way to rate ease of use and stability with 1 star. surely, you weren't too frustrated with its amazing difficulty of use...
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Version 1.0
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  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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