Magnet levitation toy using Arduino. Cheap and easy to make!
Project tutorial by jsirgado
Blast your enemies from a safe distance!
Project tutorial by Little_french_kev
The good old buzz wire game, this time with score counter (as well as indicator lights).
Project tutorial by behrooz66
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
Arduino, OLED display and two buttons. All you need to build this mini-game!
Project tutorial by Alexander Blk
Build a 4-button arcade game out of LEGO.
Project tutorial by LenkaDesign
This project will show you how to make a RC Controller which communicates using 2.4GHz radio signal.
Project tutorial by MisterBotBreak
An Arduino powered birthday reminder device that will wish you on your birthday for 50 years on a single CR2450 coin cell.
Project tutorial by Vishnu Mohanan
A Tetris game built with a homemade 16x8 matrix.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
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 two-player retro Pong game on a 24x16 LED matrix.
You want to race with your Carrera slot cars, but have nobody who wants to play with you? So why don´t you race against an Arduino?
Project tutorial by Doctor Volt
Use an Arduino NeoPixel matrix to create a simple 1 player pong game!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
A miniature gaming console that lets you play snake using only an ATtiny85 and a simple I2C OLED display.
Use a joystick to control a classic drawing toy through two DC motors.
Project tutorial by millerman4487
Convert an Arduino Nano into a retro games console.
Project tutorial by bmcage
Following the principle of the original Roulette, the movement of the LED simulates a ball whose speed gradually decreases until it stops.
A desktop tetris game using 135 WS2812B RGB LEDs and played with a Wii Nunchuck controller.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
In this post, I have used a LDR to sense the black obstacles (cactus )in this game and make the dino jump using a system of Arduino and pyt
Project tutorial by harsh dokania
The device presented is marble maze game that is controlled using a smartphone via Bluetooth connection.
The goal is to defeat wave after wave of descending aliens with a horizontally moving laser to earn as many points as possible.
A simple retro game based on Arduino. Simon says and you repeat the light sequence. From 1986 to 2019.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
I just always liked boxing machines! It is an interesting option for family meetings or competition among friends.
Project tutorial by ardutronic
Create random geometric patterns on a Etch A Sketch.
Project tutorial by MrRoboto19
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