This project is based on a handheld electronic game that was developed in the 1970s. The game consists of 4 coloured buttons. The buttons light up when they are pressed and a different tone is played for each button. In each round of the game, the microcontroller lights up a sequence of buttons. The player has to press the buttons in the same sequence. After each round, the length of the sequence is increased by 1.
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