Ariadne's Thread is a project born to fulfill the wish to automate an old game.
Project showcase by Claudio_Canavese
An Arduino plays with menus and sounds.
Project showcase by Iron_SalsaStudio
Bongo Hero is inspired by Guitar Hero. You must tap bongos at the right time. Color changes and speed increases as you level up.
Project showcase by Etienne Daspe
Race through your office at the speed of light! A project inspired by the OpenLEDRace project by @gbarbarov, made at Xing in Barcelona.
Project showcase by XING Hackweek
This project is based on Anthony Russell's (a.k.a. BADFEED) Tiny Tetris; I just changed its OLED 12C configuration and added a joystick.
Project showcase by Lintang Wisesa and dirakit community
What if an old IBM keyboard was converted with Arduino so it continuously types like Jack Nicholson in The Shining movie?
Project showcase by Roni Bandini
Halloween is near, so grab your Arduino, make an EMF detector and play with it.
Project showcase by Patel Darshil
Get the speed of your die-cast toy car!
Project showcase by NerdFatherRJ
Play a game on an LCD display with any remote control you want. But watch it, it gets faster in every level.
Project showcase by mgbig
Use the Nunchuck from a Wii console to control lights and sounds!
Project showcase by jsheng
arduino tic-tac-toe. mini game
Project showcase by Team BaruchTeam,
Kill this terrifying bug at any distance with a laser ray! (Or dream about it...)
New Arduino game for two players.
Project showcase by MakerRobotics
Reliable and proven sensors designs. Example of code. Recommendations for use.
Project showcase by Steve Massikker
A fun maze game for Arduino (optimized for Esplora) that uses a large map.
Project showcase by gmussi
It's an alarm clock. You can set the amount of minutes until it goes off in the serial monitor. It flashes and beeps when it goes off.
Project showcase by MarcusDeLUCa
Another childhood toy. Although the original was brilliant with its icosahedron 20 answers, now with an Arduino I can add as many as I want.
Project showcase by Ruben Zilzer
Interactive Conway's Game of Life on Arduino Esplora with LCD display.
This makes a memory game using a memory array numbers.
The most homemade snow machine you've ever seen. Made from a hairdryer, polystyrene and MKR1000. Controllable from anywhere in the world*
Project showcase by Hannah Kilby
I played smartphone games with a relay touch board.
Project showcase by HomeMadeGarbage
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