Welcome to my Mario 64 Cake Carnival Timing Game! The cake is modeled after the end screen in Mario 64. The active light moves around the cake in a circle. The goal of the game is to stop the light on the star by pressing the button on the cake cutter. The game gets more difficult after each success by incrementing the level and speed. An LED matrix in the center of the cake is used to display the level. All of the electronics are inside the cake and cake stand. If you fall below zero you’ll get a sad face, but reach level 10 and get a bright smile!
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