Tiny handheld gaming device with games by Daniel C (www.tinyjoypad.com).
Project Video: https://youtu.be/dF4XtVUN5mo
See how I've made my own PCB for the well know circuit of ATtiny85 Arcade game. Here you will have the schematic, part list, step by step of soldering components, how to burn bootloader and how to upload codes for different games to the ATtiny85. I know this is nothing new and you have more here on the original GitHub post. But I hope you will learn something new.
Tutorial here: https://electrono...
This PCB can be used as a replacement for the game cards bundled with the [Magnavox Odyssey](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnavox_Odyssey). The three 10-position DIP switches can be used to configure the card to any of the 12 game cards that came with the Odyssey.
**!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The real Arduboy can be found [here](https://arduboy.com/) and the official schematics [here](https://community.arduboy.com/t/production-arduboy-schematic/702)!!!!!!!!!!!**
This is **not ** the official Arduboy schematic nor the official Arduboy,this is just a project of mine and I wanted to see if I could create a working Arduboy on my own.
This is my take on Daniel C's [Tiny Joypad](https://www.tinyjoypad.com/tinyjoypad_attiny85) ATtiny85 arcade project. You can see the writeup on my [blog](https://keithlohmeyer.blogspot.com/2020/09/tiny-arcade.html).
PCB of my take on the classic Simon game using an Arduino Nano. Students created the code in an intermediate Arduino class I teach. You can find more info and the code on my [blog](https://keithlohmeyer.blogspot.com/2020/01/adventures-in-printed-circuit-board.html)
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