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Tetris on a PIC Microcontroller [Project]
posted February 10 2014 3:51.33 by spic0m




The Tetris game runs on a PIC which controls all of the 2D graphics rotation and rule checking.
The 64 LEDs and four buttons are controlled by a single PIC (18LF4520) and two AA batteries. The source code operates very efficiently, and the program is extremely responsive.
Objects are rotated mathematically, which allows for other 2D games to be easily made (might try Asteroids next?)




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