Retro game console for DIY
Fun as 30 years ago!
Dive into the early 80s, when the first electronic games came on the market! With this kit, you can create your own retro game console for two players. 120 individual LEDs display the playing field on a display. The whole thing is controlled by a modern, freely programmable ATmega8 microcontroller.
The microcontroller, all LEDs and other components are located on a fully populated board. With a few simple steps you assemble the parts and make the connections to the rotary controls and the power supply.
The installation takes only a few minutes and is easy to do, even for beginners.
Already pre-programmed is the retro game Ping-Pong: Here you and your partner move the clubs over two knobs. Or you can choose the auto play mode and play directly against the computer. The level of difficulty is variable - depending on experience and skill.
- soldering iron (for the construction)
- Three 1.5V Mignon batteries, type AA (not included).
- Ready assembled board
- Detailed instructions
Not suitable for children under 3 years. Danger of suffocation, as small parts can be swallowed or inhaled.
Only suitable for children of at least 14 years. Instructions for parents or other responsible persons are attached and must be followed. Keep packaging and instructions as they contain important information! Reserve technical changes.
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