Following the principle of the original Roulette, the movement of the LED simulates a ball whose speed gradually decreases until it stops.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Arduino, OLED display and two buttons. All you need to build this mini-game!
Project tutorial by Alexander Blk
Create 2 tanks and battle them out, using laser light as the ammo!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
Relive your childhood memories with the new and better Tetris!
Project showcase by Archiev Kumar
An easy TicTacToe project to start with Arduino. Fully self-describing code, easy to assemble, with a "serial monitor only" version too.
Project tutorial by giobbino
A two-player retro Pong game on a 24x16 LED matrix.
Modified football table with light and sound effects + automatic points counter
Project tutorial by Leon Glüh
The goal is to defeat wave after wave of descending aliens with a horizontally moving laser to earn as many points as possible.
Connect a rotary dial telephone from the 80s to a cheap cellphone with an Arduino.
Project showcase by Jeremie
Blast your enemies from a safe distance!
Project tutorial by Little_french_kev
Make simple math with arduino UNO
Project tutorial by Joprp05
Lacking a real antenna, I made this toy, to sit on my desk and point in the direction of the ISS or other satellites that I'm receiving.
Project tutorial by viorelracoviteanu
A complete wire quiz buzzer system for 4 players using nRF24L01 radios with included TP4056 based battery charger and sound effects
Project tutorial by RobSmithDev
Getting Tiny Tetris running on a 128x64 OLED display using an Arduino Nano or Uno.
Project showcase by BADFEED
Fully functional, automatic talking turret gun from the video game Portal 2!
Project tutorial by Novachris
Emulating a CBM VIC-20 with NTSC video on a standalone Arduino Nano
Project tutorial by Jan Ostman
Play tennis on a Neopixel matrix and an accelerometer with an Arduino! It's like Mario Tennis meets makers!
An Arduino sketch that emulates a Commodore C64. Connect a PS/2 or USB keyboard and a TV and run simple BASIC programs!
Project tutorial by Doctor Volt
OpenLedRace is a game that uses an addressable LED strip as a track where cars are represented as lights.
Make a DIY robotic bat that flaps its wings whenever someone walks by out of Arduino, off-the-shelf DC motor, Lego, and 3D printed parts.
Project tutorial by Tart Robotics
A joystick/gesture maze ball game with wireless control.
Project tutorial by jasomuscle
Race controller for slot car or drone racing with dedicated racer gates. Cheap, portable, accurate, and easy to build.
Project tutorial by Michael Baycura
Arduino Nano Slimboy, packed in a full playable cab with a joystick, LED and buttons: downsizing fashion old style retrogaming!
Project tutorial by Marco Conforti Donati
Based on the arcade game called Cyclone, where the player tries to stop an led scrolling around a circle at a specific spot
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