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Arduino 'Simon says' game

Priya KuberFebruary 24th, 2012

A simple and a fun Simon says game re-created is using an Arduino in the following instructable.

Materials Needed:

– Arduino
– Bread Board
– Jumper Wires
– 4 different colored LEDs
– 4 100 Ohm Resistors
– 4 Push Buttons
– Small Speaker

It is a good exercise to practice interfacing multiple buttons and LEDs. Can be tried even by an arduino beginner.

[Via: Instructables]

2 Responses to “Arduino 'Simon says' game”

  1. Pritesh Says:

    I got my arduino to play Beethoven’s Fur Elise.

  2. John Patrick Says:

    This really brings back memories, not just of the original game but also because it’s one of the first games I figured out how to write a clone of myself (just displaying the colours on screen on a ZX Spectrum).

    My own kids have reached the point with Arduino at the moment where control of LEDs and reading switches is within their reach and they enjoy building stuff together, so I’m always on the lookout for little rainy day projects. It looks like this will be be on the list 🙂

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