A simple retro game based on Arduino. Simon says and you repeat the light sequence. From 1986 to 2019.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
Made my own version of Arduboy, from breadboard to printed circuit board!
Project tutorial by Neeraj Rane
Minimalist cars race with a strip of smart LEDs and two switches.
Project in progress by Gerardo Barbarov Rostan
Making the Shock Rifle from Unreal Tournament real!
Project tutorial by Michael Darby - 314Reactor
Now you can easily control your model railway layout using a keyboard!
Project tutorial by Kushagra Keshari
A two-player retro Pong game on a 24x16 LED matrix.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Grab a couple of motors, a servo and build a cannon!
Project showcase by Gord Payne
The Chrome dinosaur game that is now on an Arduino LCD shield!
Project tutorial by Unsigned_Arduino
Use a joystick to control a classic drawing toy through two DC motors.
Project tutorial by millerman4487
This project will show you how to make a DIY automatic railway crossing.
Project tutorial by STEMpedia
This game works with sound and is made for two people. The code can easily be expanded for more people.
Project showcase by Westpol
You will learn how I converted an RC car from my childhood days to an Arduino-based RC car.
by Muhammad Aqib
A Tetris game built with a homemade 16x8 matrix.
Ultrasonic sensor will start Arduino playing Christmas songs while lights blink and a servo motor moves Santa Claus.
Project tutorial by andry_34
This is an Arduino controlled rubber band Gatling gun. It can hold about 20 rubber bands and it is operated with a USB game controller.
This combines a two-axis joystick, a three-axis accelerometer, and two buttons into one package.
This exactly what it sounds like: a little game for two players. the person who clicks the fastest when wins!
Project tutorial by icecreambear
My attempt at bringing a bit of Fortnite to life!
Use the OmniPreSense RADAR and an Arduino to read surrounding speeds and even make part of flux capacitor replica!
Project tutorial by Jim Whitfield
Arduino Halloween robot that can be controlled manually and autonomously. It can play terrifying Halloween soundtracks with light changing.
Project tutorial by amrmostaafaa
Imagine a plague doctor, but like in a cyberpunk post-apocalyptic future. It combines a plague doctor mask and a gas mask, and lights up!
Project tutorial by Cameron Coward
Make your Echo Dot a lot more interesting than a hockey puck.
Project tutorial by grajohnt
This lights-and-buttons game tests how quick you are to react, and is a lot of fun to play!
Project showcase by Bie
In this project I created a Simon style memory game using Agent based programming.
Project tutorial by Embrio
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