Arcade Retro Clock with Games #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
We love seeing the cool things you make with our products! From data god on GitHub:
Arcade Retro Clock started out as a project on an 8×8 matrix. Over the years it has been converted to 16×16 and now 64×32. Each conversion process involved solving many bugs and enhancing the game play especially with respects to the computer’s ability to play against itself.
There are 4 games that have been converted to this new playform so far.
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