This is a 4-player reaction game penalizing the loser with a shot of liquor delivered to them on a conveyor.
Project showcase by jdmgolf123
I hacked a Pie Face game to give me complete control over if and when the pie is thrown.
Project showcase by HarrisonMcIntyre
DIY Infinity Gauntlet from cardboard (Reality Stone controlled light switch).
Project showcase by Ikhsan Ismail
You can shoot water from the water pump when you throw a punch.
Unlock a 4-digit dial with known password 0000.
Project showcase by Krishna Lalith
Chess processor with GUI dedicated for Arduino Mega.
Project showcase by Sergey_Urusov
Grab a couple of motors, a servo and build a cannon!
Project showcase by Gord Payne
This game works with sound and is made for two people. The code can easily be expanded for more people.
Project showcase by Westpol
This lights-and-buttons game tests how quick you are to react, and is a lot of fun to play!
Project showcase by Bie
Ping Pong game that are controlled by waving the hand in front of the console.
Project showcase by 4D Makers
The sweet Portuguese Regina chocolate game. My electronic version.
Project showcase by pmrleite
A small 1-dimensional Pong game, with some challenging extentions. Implemented to develop a maintainable software architecture.
Project showcase by ElBanquo
A fun, little offline game "ported" to an AVR MCU.
Project showcase by brzi
Relive your childhood memories with the new and better Tetris!
Project showcase by Archiev Kumar
RFID reader and servo motor enabled locker to keep your precious things safe.
Project showcase by SuryaTuraga
I designed and built a laser-activated NERF system.
Project showcase by MBcreates
Redesign of a cheap set of a kid's railway into an intelligent train with control from the Android device. Project updated. Added sensor.
Project showcase by Steve Massikker
A new game in Arduino.
Project showcase by ohalgerie
AmeQuest is an IoT-based game where players find and scan four RFID-enabled gems to unlock a treasure chest.
Project showcase by user7773027744 and Doc Martens
I mapped the controls from a wireless SNES classic controller to usb keyboard presses. The basic idea can be used to control many things!
Project showcase by Chris Wootton
This Valentine's Day, spread love wirelessly.
Project showcase by AdiK
Did you ever want to strengthen your child's motor skills while showing the tones of sound and color? This project does the trick!
Project showcase by Team cool guys
A Conway's Game of Life running of an Arduino and displayed on the 32x16 RGB LED matrix.
Project showcase by aerodynamics
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