Build your own electronic game kit by Joe Grand

Build your own electronic game kit by Joe Grand

Originally designed for Maker Faire workshops by Joe Grand, the “Build Your Own Electronic Game Kit” is a custom-created kit intended to introduce folks to the world of electronics and soldering. When successfully assembled, the kit becomes a version of the popular memory game, Simon, with a few optional twists, including no LEDs, no sound, reverse order, and fast play. The kit includes all the necessary components, including a pre-programmed microprocessor, custom circuit board, and battery. The only other materials you will need are a soldering iron, solder, and wire snips. Assembly instructions, parts list, and game instructions are all printed on the back of the circuit board. A schematic of the design is available here (PDF). The kit is available for just $39.95 and in stock in the MAKE store – Link.

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