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I recently made Snake for the Astro Pi, just for fun really, but I am putting it online as I would like to see what others can do with it – it is literally screaming out to be hacked and improved.
I’ve given some ideas and tips but there is much more than could be done.
Anyone budding coders up for the challenge?
I started with the code I originally wrote for Minecraft – Snake and made the changes so that rather than creating blocks in Minecraft it turned on leds and used the joystick to control the motion. I was also surprised by how much I improved the overall structure of the code, it wasn’t poorly coded it was just a bit untidy.
To try it yourself, get the code from github.com/martinohanlon/AstroPiSnake and run it, by opening a terminal and using the commands:
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