Pokemon X and Y: a Fully Automatic Shiny Finder made with Arduino Micro

Zoe RomanoNovember 6th, 2013

Pokemon Nintendo

How to enhance performance in gaming from an engineering point of view? dekuNukem created a hands-free finder  built using Arduino Micro to accomplish the task of chaining fishes at full speed and without fail at a touch of a button:

The fishing keeps going without human input until a shiny shows up, at which point it stops and sound a buzzer to notify the user.

It took 81 chains to catch a shiny in this case, but during my other tests it’s usually around 50, and sometimes even less than 20 chains get you one.

Watch the detailed video below and check the code:

 

 

2 Responses to “Pokemon X and Y: a Fully Automatic Shiny Finder made with Arduino Micro”

  1. JuanP6 Says:

    This is so blatantly awesome that it made my day. I applaud you, sir.

  2. mace Says:

    I agree with JuanP6, fantastic style of thinking, that’s the spirit!

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