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Arduino based Bi-color LED Matrix Tetris Game [Project]
posted June 9 2014 12:47.22 by spic0m




Nick Lim has posted a new project on Instructables regarding building an Arduino driven Tetris game using two Bi-color LED Matrix Driver Modules that he designed.

"Tetris is a tile-matching puzzle video game released in 1984 and it was the hugely successful handheld version for the Game Boy launched in 1989 that established the game as one of the most popular ever.

Just for FUN, we thought we could build a simple Tetris game by daisy-chaining two of the Bi-color LED Matrix Driver modules together driven by an Arduino micro-controller simply by adapting similar projects found at instructables. We searched through the instructables here but did not manage to find any similar Tetris project to work on.

We expand our search to other online sites and managed to find some information which we adapted to build a simple Arduino based Bi-color LED Matrix Tetris game here."




[Link: instructables]
 
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