My third Rubik's Cube Solver Robot - As simple as possible (Budget: 30US$)
You can play the game on a 8x32 LED matrix, and control it with the help of a joystick. There are two bonus LEDs, which are some power ups,
Java game Flappy bird on Arduino platforms.
Using the legacy of brilliant mathematicians, this robot solve the cube in 18 seconds or less.
5 Minutes Commodore 64 Joystick USB adapter.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect and use a PS2 game console controller with Arduino.
You will learn how I converted an RC car from my childhood days to an Arduino-based RC car.
A fascinating way to solve the Rubik´s cube by a robot. Using mainly Arduino, Python and OpenCV.
A Handheld Game platform perfect for beginners in Arduino LCD programming
Project to enable Arduino to play Mastermind and guess the secret code
Game table created based on our favorite game - Pinball - on the Arduino; the cheapest and most easily manufactured board game.
Developing an automatic chessboard. Our main goal is to recover the experience and unmatched feeling of playing OTB.
by Carlos Lopez Pendas
Arduino Project: How to make a Fidget Spinner RPM counter with Hall-effect sensor.
by Andriy Baranov
It's an arduino based game in which one player will throw light using push buttons and other player have to catch light using joystick
by Nidhi Agarwal
Fun game based on the 80's classic.
This laser shooting game is a simple project with target characters from Star Wars movie.
A Fun version of the Minesweeper game, using Arduino Leonardo, 8x8 NeoMatrix Led Array, Button and Joystick Module.
by Djair Guilherme
It is an Arduino based game consisting of a cluster of 7 LEDs. Each LED act as a mine. Players have to blow the mine of opponent player
Wait for light - press a button. So simple but so funny. All our family plays the game.
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
Try out the cool Tamaguino Dino Virtual Pet Tamagotchi pet clone for the Arduino the easy way. With mixed reality virtual hardware by VBB!
by James Caska
Anything can be used as a key as long as you know the password.
Don't trust your cubed dice? Leave it to your Arduino.
by Ingo Lohs
Build a simple 3-axis joystick!
by Jen Fox and Hacking STEM
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