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Poor Man's Game Console is a simple game implemented on Arduino using a Character LCD.
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Poor Man's Game Console is a game designed using Arduino. The screen of the game is a 20x4 character LCD (HD44780), and controls are two push buttons.

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How To

First, you need to create the circuit. You can simply assemble it on a bread board. An image of an assembled bread board and the schematic of the circuit can be found on circuit directory.

Then, to upload the code on Arduino, copy Arduino-src directory into your Arduino's workspace (where you save your Arduino projects), rename it to something meaningful (i.e. pm-game-console) and open game.ino using Arduino IDE. Then upload it to your Arduino.

If you are on Gnu/Linux, you can link the directory inside your workspace to Arduino-src too.

Note: Pay attention to the notes written in the bread_board.png file.


Copyright (C) 2017, Aidin Gharibnavaz

"PM Game Console" is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 3. See LICENSE file for more information.

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