Chess processor with GUI dedicated for Arduino Mega.
Project showcase by Sergey_Urusov
A simple LCD screen game where you jump over hills and duck under crows with buttons.
Project tutorial by PunkyMunky64
a simple starship game using the MAX72XX LED-Matrix
Project tutorial by kreck2003
Basic calculator using the arduino mega and without the keypad library
Project showcase by FZD1416
Working Star Trek tricorder, including a temperature sensor, and multiple other show-like scanning features.
Project in progress by Team The Trekduinos
Use your hand to control the height of a pixel, and then navigate through a map full of obstacles to avoid. Get to the end to win!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
Arduino Halloween robot that can be controlled manually and autonomously. It can play terrifying Halloween soundtracks with light changing.
Project tutorial by amrmostaafaa
An automated DIY magnetic table hockey with obstacle detection to count goals and real-time scoring.
Project tutorial by evive
Radio-controlled tank firing plastic balls
Project showcase by issaom
This lights-and-buttons game tests how quick you are to react, and is a lot of fun to play!
Project showcase by Bie
Nothing like a good old game of Tetris on overpowered hardware.
Project showcase by Sherwin Chiu
A small printer for the peculiar alphabet invented to write in the dark by Lewis Carroll, author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Project tutorial by Roni Bandini
Simple Hardware Platform- Lots of fun games - Tic-Tac-Toe, Dots & Boxes, and Simon
Project tutorial by Doug Domke
Like playing tic-tac-toe, just call your Arduino and play.
Project tutorial by Tal O
Open-source design for a "Génies en Herbe" / "Reach for the Top" quiz machine (can't afford the machines that are for sale on the Internet).
Project in progress by vinfort
You can use a touchscreen display and an Arduino to make a fun and interactive hangman game.
Project tutorial by SeanMabli2
Project showcase by Team 8반_3조
We are adding Blackjack and Five Card Draw Poker to the games we presented in Part 1.
This project will show you how to make a DIY automatic railway crossing.
Project tutorial by STEMpedia
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