Attiny Arcade is a little game made using Atmel Attiny85 microcontroller and an OLED screen. The kit is a great hobby project that requires assembly with a soldering iron.
Disclaimer: This is a kit, you will receive loose electronic components.
- Atmel Attiny85 microchip
- DIP8 socket for the Attiny85
- 2x pushbuttons
- 2x pulldown resistors
- SSD1306 OLED screen 128x64 pixels
- CR2032 battery holder
- Piezo buzzer
- Purple PCB manufactured by OSH Park
- FDM ABS 3D printed case
- CR2032 battery supplied with UK orders only (due to Lithium battery shipping restrictions.)
Note the 3D printed case may need extra finishing (ie sanding, filing, a brush with acetone to gloss it up etc. be safe)
Left to right: Breakout, Oroboros, UFO Escape
The microchip comes pre-programmed with a game. You can
change the game or write your own sketches for the device using an Arduino Uno (or another suitable programmer of your choice), a breadboard, 10uf capacitor and some hookup wire.
High-Low tech website has an excellent guide on programming Attiny85: http://highlowtech.org/?p=1695
Arduino sketches can be downloaded from the blog: http://webboggles.com/attiny85-game-kit-assembly-instructions/
For project history visit webboggles.com
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Attiny Arcade DIY keychain game kit
- Product Code: attiny_arcade_kit
- Availability: Out Of Stock