This is a three-reeled slot machine with 25 symbols on each reel. The game is configurable.
Project tutorial by Dan Murphy
A miniature gaming console that lets you play snake using only an ATtiny85 and a simple I2C OLED display.
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
Ever wanted to be able to upload your code directly from Notepad++?
Project in progress by Tal O
I will explain how templates work and how you may use them in your code.
Project tutorial by Lucky Resistor
This is a great project, we need more projects of this quality on hackster.io! Thanks for sharing, it's definitely worthy of copying. Well done. Did you consider using the pin change interrupts for signaling the program that the joystick has been actuated? It's not necessary but would be a great way to show how they are used (if it's even possible with this version of the ATTiny, although it does look like you can attach interrupts to 6 of the 8 pins). Thanks for sharing!
Can you improve the quality / increase the resolution of the pictures you've posted? I'm not able to see examples of the code that's generated. Thanks!
Thanks for sharing. That soil moisture sensor is going to last you about 3 days, then it will deteriorate into uselessness. Try this one instead: https://www.digikey.com/catalog/en/partgroup/gravity-analog-capacitive-soil-moisture-sensor-corrosion-resistant/71021?utm_adgroup=Programmers%20Dev&slid=&gclid=Cj0KCQjwzozsBRCNARIsAEM9kBNCEmhB6n1woRGkrfCBk88g9uYfcFLi9Fuh_DZ05X_p9Cal7KjrhEMaAjArEALw_wcB
or google Capacitance Based Soil Moisture Sensor.
I build this project myself and was extremely disappointed in the performance of the sensor you're using. Cool project!
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