Use the Nunchuck from a Wii console to control lights and sounds!
Project showcase by jsheng
Interactive Conway's Game of Life on Arduino Esplora with LCD display.
Project showcase by gmussi
Project showcase by 8반_3조
A small game in which the player must match the sequence to earn points. The game ends when the time runs out.
Project showcase by Reid Paulhus
arduino tic-tac-toe. mini game
Project showcase by BaruchTeam,
An Arduino plays with menus and sounds.
Project showcase by Team Iron_SalsaStudio
Halloween is near, so grab your Arduino, make an EMF detector and play with it.
Project showcase by Patel Darshil
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
Create a game with processing and its controller with an accelerometer and a button.
Project showcase by Nicholas_N
This makes a memory game using a memory array numbers.
Project showcase by MakerRobotics
Makerball is a DIY pinball machine kit that can be upgraded digitally with the Arduino Genuino 101. Here we show you the electronical part.
Project showcase by Makerball.org
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
This April Fool's, one of our co-workers decided to get back at us with our own creation. The results lay before you. Enjoy!
Project showcase by circuito.io team
This is an Arduino joystick(?) controlling 1 of the versions of geometry dash!
Project showcase by Cookie555
Ever want to punch a Mario block and get a mushroom to come out? Me too, so I'm building it.
Project showcase by Scott Clandinin
New Arduino game for two players.
A gadget to help your kids practice basic arthematics.
Project showcase by Zeeshan
Treasure chest to store your most valuable things. You can only open it when you know the secret knock code.
Project showcase by Roman Mueller
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
This is a great toy for your pets (if they are gentle) or just as a nice toy to have around the office or home.
Confetti everywhere! Who doesn't love confetti? (um...everyone?) Place the cannon in a strategic place and surprise your friends passing by!
Hack your existing skateboard with Arduino to create a responsive VR controller for a truly immersive experience in your living room!
Project showcase by Matthew Hallberg
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
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