January 24, 2017 AT 1:31 pm

NEW GUIDE: Circuit Playground Simple Simon

NEW GUIDE: Circuit Playground Simple Simon

This is a Circuit Playground rendition of the classic Simon game from the late 70s and early 80s. The idea is to repeat an ever growing sequence of lights (each with a tone). Here we use the NeoPixels to represent the colors, the capacitive touch pads provide our buttons, and the speaker to play the distinctive tones. The Circuit Playground is even round like the classic game!

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