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April 28, 2014 AT 8:00 am

From the Forums: Blue Wall Defender Arduino Game #Arduino

Heath Young shared his Blue Wall Defender Arduino Game in the Adafruit Forums:

I have created a game using an Arduino Mega 2560 and 6 x 12mm Diffused Thin Digital RGB LED Pixels (Strand of 25) – WS2801.

Game Title: The Blue Wall Defender

Description: Defend your blue wall against the invading Red and Green dots that are trying to destroy your wall. The wall has 6 hit points and each enemy takes 1 off. The enemy’s can not harm you only the wall. There are three buttons the middle one(Number 2) will start the game and shoot, the other two will move you up and down.

Screen Size: x-15 pixels X y-10 Pixels

Screen Setup: I have 3 screens of 50 Leds combined into one screen.

Read more.

BlueWallDefender


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