Attiny85 based Arduino compatible keychain game platform
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AttinyArcade

Attiny85 based Arduino compatible keychain game platform

Project page: http://webboggles.com/attiny85-game-kit-assembly-instructions/ Community photos and updates: https://twitter.com/hashtag/AttinyArcade

SSD1306 library courtesy of Tinusaur: https://bitbucket.org/tinusaur/ssd1306xled

Video instructions: https://youtu.be/iT9dfrffQh4

If you have problems uploading large sketches — you need to update ld.exe in arduino\hardware\tools\avr\avr\bin https://github.com/TCWORLD/ATTinyCore/tree/master/PCREL%20Patch%20for%20GCC

Assembly

See documentation folder for DIY pcb, schematic and pdf instructions.

Parts list

  • 3D Printed Snap Case
  • Printed Circuit Board
  • SSD1306 OLED Screen
  • 4 pin 2.54 female header
  • CR2032 Battery
  • CR2032 Battery Holder
  • Pulldown resistor x2
  • Pushbutton x2
  • Attiny85
  • DIP8 socket
  • Piezo speaker
  • 10uf capacitor (used with arduino when programming Attiny85)

Games and sketches developed by Ilya Titov https://twitter.com/webboggles

Games developed by Andy Jackson https://twitter.com/andyhighnumber

Visit Andy's repo and google drive for more info and sketches: https://github.com/andyhighnumber/Attiny-Arduino-Games https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BxGfuaPdM4n0Nkt5TDI4azd1Rmc

  • Wren Rollercoaster
  • Tetris
  • Space Attack
  • UFO + Stacker
  • UFO + Breakout
  • Bat Bonanza
  • Frogger

Other contributors

Breakout, the first game was created after much inspiration from the Tinusaur project: http://tinusaur.org/. The screen control and font functions written by Neven Boyanov for the http://tinusaur.wordpress.com/ project Source code and font files available at: https://bitbucket.org/tinusaur/ssd1306xled

Sleep code is based on this blog post by Matthew Little: http://www.re-innovation.co.uk/web12/index.php/en/blog-75/306-sleep-modes-on-attiny85

Alvin Starkey created great wooden variations of the game and contributed to the development. For more info visit his twitter feed @AlvinStar10.

@senkunmusashi Contributed to the creation of the Frogger game.