In this project it is presented 1-dimensional version of the classic game ‘Pong’ made with NeoPixel LED strip.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
The good old buzz wire game, this time with score counter (as well as indicator lights).
Project tutorial by behrooz66
Cool little project and toy.
Project tutorial by Debreczeni Tamas
A two-player retro Pong game on a 24x16 LED matrix.
Fully adjustable via sketch of Arduino NANO/UNO | Easy making from ready-made components | Non-mechanical unbreakable sensors | Strong frame
Project tutorial by Steve Massikker
A micro game with LED matrix where the pixels used for the entire game are about those of a single sprite of the original invader.
Project tutorial by Davide Gatti
A micro game with Color LED matrix where the pixels used for the entire game are about those of a single sprite of the original invader.
Blast your enemies from a safe distance!
Project tutorial by Little_french_kev
A very accurate Arduino based Die-cast (Hot Wheels) finish line judge and race timer (ET) using IR LED emitters and receivers.
Project tutorial by MikeF1
A basic but very accurate Arduino based Die-cast (Hot Wheels) finish line judge using IR LED emitters and receivers.
A desktop tetris game using 135 WS2812B RGB LEDs and played with a Wii Nunchuck controller.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
Magnet levitation toy using Arduino. Cheap and easy to make!
Project tutorial by jsirgado
Model car driving simulator made with the 2 servo motors and "SimTools" software.
A cheap version of an Arduboy clone with which you can play a number of original Arduboy games.
A fun pocket-sized travel game for any age. Try your luck and make the light stop on the green LED.
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
Use a joystick to control a classic drawing toy through two DC motors.
Project tutorial by millerman4487
Following the principle of the original Roulette, the movement of the LED simulates a ball whose speed gradually decreases until it stops.
Soak your unsuspecting friends with a motion-activated water gun!
Project tutorial by Team Engineering Is Easy
Arduino, OLED display and two buttons. All you need to build this mini-game!
Project tutorial by Alexander Blk
I just always liked boxing machines! It is an interesting option for family meetings or competition among friends.
Project tutorial by ardutronic
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
The device presented is marble maze game that is controlled using a smartphone via Bluetooth connection.
Convert an Arduino Nano into a retro games console.
Project tutorial by bmcage
Turn on or off any TV in the world with the push of a button. A chaotic homemade universal remote!
Project tutorial by Shane
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