This exactly what it sounds like: a little game for two players. the person who clicks the fastest when wins!
Project tutorial by icecreambear
This chest is made out of 3D printed parts and painted popsicle sticks. It's using an ATtiny85 to play the iconic melody when it's opened.
Project tutorial by Brian Lough
Working Star Trek tricorder, including a temperature sensor, and multiple other show-like scanning features.
Project in progress by The Trekduinos
I made Jigsaw Puzzle Timer using touch panel TFT display.
Project tutorial by HomeMadeGarbage
Now you can easily control your model railway layout using a keyboard!
Project tutorial by Kushagra Keshari
Arduino Halloween robot that can be controlled manually and autonomously. It can play terrifying Halloween soundtracks with light changing.
Project tutorial by amrmostaafaa
Take a chance against up to two others! Roll and then move along the board, gaining points from mini games by using a phone.
Project tutorial by Arduino “having11” Guy
By modifying a DL-44 Blaster, I created a remote control that can change channels and change the volume based on what angle it's held.
Project tutorial by Alex Merchen
How to get punched playing video games!
Project tutorial by Integza
A simple retro game based on Arduino. Simon says and you repeat the light sequence. From 1986 to 2019.
Project tutorial by Giovanni Gentile
Play, create and solve Sudoku puzzles using this easy to build, Arduino-based project.
Project tutorial by NZDoug
In this project I created a Simon style memory game using Agent based programming.
Project tutorial by Embrio
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 can shoot water from the water pump when you throw a punch.
Project showcase by Ikhsan Ismail
Make your Echo Dot a lot more interesting than a hockey puck.
Project tutorial by grajohnt
Project tutorial by Alex Jonsson
Playing robotics with children - customizing toys
Project tutorial by akitomi
We needed a better system to ring in with our Jeopardy! game.
Project tutorial by Fishy Circuits
An Arduino and Bluetooth-based Hot Wheels finish line timer to record cars' speed and determine the winner of each heat.
Project in progress by Unexpected Maker
Literally, knock out Glass Joe with your fist!
Project tutorial by Paul DeCarlo
This lights-and-buttons game tests how quick you are to react, and is a lot of fun to play!
Project showcase by Bie
I mapped the controls from a wireless SNES classic controller to usb keyboard presses. The basic idea can be used to control many things!
Project showcase by Chris Wootton
Control your mouse cursor with this simple Leonardo switch setup.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
Trying to revive an older, unique Pachinko whose control board was victim to fire sprinkler (water) damage...
Project in progress by spiwrx
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