Create 2 tanks and battle them out, using laser light as the ammo!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
A USB HID game controller built from a standard bicycle and trainer stand, using 2 Leonardos to emulate keyboard/mouse, and joystick inputs.
Project showcase by Tazling
A simple and fun LCD game.
Project tutorial by anime
Backgammon for the Arduino Due with a touchscreen.
Project in progress by rom3
arduino tic-tac-toe. mini game
Project showcase by BaruchTeam,
A tutorial for beginners for making a memory game with an arduino and leds
Project tutorial by Jerepondumie
Arduino & Rapberry Pi based chess computer that uses Stockfish ,recognises piece positions using reed switches and signals its move
Project showcase by MaxChess
A standard sized pinball machine made using parts from the home store and pinball supply houses. The game play is controlled by an Arduino.
Project tutorial by Bob Blomquist
How to create a simple LCD video game with Arduino.
Project tutorial by Mohammed Magdy
Throw a real-life ball to catch Pokémon in Pokémon Go.
Project tutorial by MarJoh
Have fun with a colleague during break time with this web-based game.
Project tutorial by khanhhs
This project will let you have some fun playing with colors using Arduino analog input / output. Change colors with just a twist.
Project tutorial by Ahmed Hamdy
Use the Leap Motion to control tanks armed with Infrared LEDs and Infrared Sensors to do battle.
Project tutorial by Sean McCormick
Getting Tiny Tetris running on a 128x64 OLED display using an Arduino Nano or Uno.
Project tutorial by BADFEED
Control the real world with Minecraft.
Project showcase by sferalabs
I made an LED eyeball controlled by a Nintendo Wii Nunchuck Controller.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Say Alexa the move, it is automated using the xy plotter that we have made especially for Chess.
Project in progress by Automaters
Here you make an artifically intelligent game opponent.
Project tutorial by Nick Koumaris
Learn how to simulate throwing a dice with the Arduino and 6 LEDs!
Project showcase by EvdS
Play tennis on a Neopixel matrix and an accelerometer with an Arduino! It's like Mario Tennis meets makers!
Create the classic Simon Says game on a breadboard. This is the first part of a breadboard to PCB project using Upverter.
Project tutorial by Monica Houston and Katie Kristoff
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