Two sets of timing gates for racing cars in a school solar car challenge that track and report the speed of each car in each of two lanes.
Project tutorial by nfarrier
A cheap version of an Arduboy clone with which you can play a number of original Arduboy games.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
An LCD game using a joystick.
Project tutorial by msr048
The Master Turret Control for controlling multiple Portal turrets per my other build.
Project tutorial by Novachris
Fully functional, automatic talking turret gun from the video game Portal 2!
Play the happy birthday melody using an Arduino Uno.
Control 55 RGB LEDs on the tree, let Santa twerk, control a model railroad, bus and balloon, or send your personal message to the display.
Project showcase by wotanzero and Tobi_Lxtr
An Arduino board game designed to explore ancient Egypt.
Project tutorial by marcelomaximiano
This Bingo Machine uses two-digit, A4-sized 7-segment displays with WS2811 LEDs and a scoreboard with WS2822 LEDs, all on one Arduino pin.
Project tutorial by Pedro52
Conversion of an old pinball playfield to an Arduino-driven, fully working pinball machine.
Project showcase by Frogger1108
A fun game for your Arduino using an LCD, joystick and buzzer.
Project tutorial by xXarduino_11Xx
A serious game for press freedom.
I built my own, fully functional claw machine/ crane game!
Project tutorial by -MMM-
Version 1 of an automated NERF gun shooting gallery, the targets automatically reset and your score is tracked too!
Project showcase by Keegan Neave
A Tetris game for Arduino Uno and a 32x32 LED matrix panel.
Project showcase by RomanSixty
Connect a rotary dial telephone from the 80s to a cheap cellphone with an Arduino.
Project showcase by Jeremie
Create 2 tanks and battle them out, using laser light as the ammo!
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
In this tutorial, we're going to get your plain old RC to be controlled by Android and give it some extra features!
Project showcase by danionescu
This project consist on a simple catch the beat game on Arduino.
Using a trimmer potentiometer and a 8x8 Matrix LED table.
by Juanma Alvarez Plaza
Ever wondered if you could build a device to scare your friends? Well here you have transform your room into a haunted house.
Project tutorial by Technovation
PrankChair is a chair which looks normal but is too abnormal! ;)
Project tutorial by Siddhant Choyal
Play tennis on a Neopixel matrix and an accelerometer with an Arduino! It's like Mario Tennis meets makers!
Game table created based on our favorite game - Pinball - on the Arduino; the cheapest and most easily manufactured board game.
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