[Heath Paddock] wanted to confound his friends with a game that mimics an escape room in a box. About six months after starting, he had this glorious thing completed.
The classic arcade game Cyclone has attracted many players, along with their coins, thanks to its simple yet addictive gameplay. In its most basic form it consists of a light racing around a circular track, which the player then has to stop at exactly the right place.
Retro consoles and handhelds are full of nostalgia and happy memories for many. However, keeping these machines and their media going can be a difficult job at times. [Taylor] was challenged to rescue a copy of Kirby’s Dream Land for the original Game Boy, and set about the task.
This is a game where the win depends on the player’s skill. It’s obvious that the electromechanical ‘horse’ would run; could it behave otherwise, when the power is ‘on’?The question is how it would run. You, as the jockey, decide.
This is the second part in my Arduino controlled toy cars.Once again it is an obstacle avoidance one. In this car I’m using an Arduino Nano instead of an Uno.The motor driver is a L298N module.
This instructable is for a back lit Skyrim themed monopoly board. The board is made using a custom made game board, LED light strips, Arduino, some wood work, epoxy resin, and Photoshop (Gimp in my case), and a lot of 3d printed components. The first step is to create a wooden frame for the board.
The trend in video games is toward not being able to differentiate them from live-action theatrical releases, and games studios are getting hard to tell from movie studios. But quality graphics don’t always translate into quality gameplay, and a lot can be accomplished with minimalist graphics.