2040 Ate Pi is a port of the game 2048 created by Gabrielle Cirulli, fully written in ARM11 Assembly for Raspberry Pi.
Introduction video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSlXWTzWZCY
It also includes a custom-built AI that can be improved. It is compatible with Revision B, and will be ported to version 2.
Feel free to contribute!
The main functionality of 2048 is implemented, with a graphical interface.
The recommended configuration is to use a joystick coupled with two buttons for Reset and AI mode. See below for GPIO pin details.
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