μ reMorse

μ reMorse

µ reMorse Make a  Morse Code “Keyboard”/Editor the hard way.   Goals A Morse Code keyboard/Editor made using the C/C++ Micro:bit Runtime Interprets a combination of short and long button presses into characters using Morse code. Send characters over the...
Game:bit Kit Assembly Instructions

Game:bit Kit Assembly Instructions

Put together the Game:bit! Let’s figure out where all those screws are supposed to go. Goals Assemble the game:bit. Try not to break it. Helpful Hint: Toggle through pictures for each step for more photographic detail! ! Materials 1 x Game:bit kit 1 x...
Wire Transmission

Wire Transmission

micro:bit Wire Transmission Communicate between two micro:bits using Morse code, fishing line, a servo and a sensor! Why use micro:bit’s radio when this is so much cooler? Goals Use Python to programme the micro:bit Use dictionaries to encode and decode Morse...
Snake

Snake

micro:bit Snake Game Anyone remembers the Snake game that used to come with old Nokia phones? This micro:bit version in glorious 5×5 resolution is easy to make and fun to play! Goals In this step by step guide, we will build a snake game from scratch, handling...
Flappy Bird

Flappy Bird

micro:bit Flappy Bird Game Take flight and achieve your pipe dreams with your own version of the notoriously challenging Flappy Bird game, using nothing but a micro:bit (no extras needed) and some Python code. Made by Cheryl from Raffles Institution. Warning: heavy...
Finger dexterity game

Finger dexterity game

Finger Dexterity Micro:bit Game Are your psychomotor skills as bad as mine? Goals We are going to create a game where the player must click on a key (on the ADKeypad) that corresponds to the column on which a random LED lights up (A for the first column and E for the...
Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect

Pitch Perfect Do you think your ears are pitch perfect, then try my game. Or even better, create one! Goals Learn how to use a ADKeypad, the OLED screen and the buzzer Make something with a ADKeypad, OLED screen and the buzzer Learn the if-else statement functionality...
QUICK MATHS

QUICK MATHS

QUICK MATHS QUICK MATHS a game where its all about testing your mental calculations. Too slow and you lose, too fast you may make mistakes. Step 0 – Pre Build Overview use a Buzzer and OLED with the micro:bit. use if-else statements to evaluate conditions....
Maze Runner

Maze Runner

Maze Runner Micro:bit Game Can you make it through all the levels? Goals We’re going to create a maze game where you must navigate a series of mazes without running into the walls. You’ll learn how to… use a Buzzer and ADKeypad with the micro:bit....
Flippy Pancakes

Flippy Pancakes

Flippy Pancakes Micro:bit Game Do you have what it takes to flip the perfect pancake? Goals We’re going to create a pancake-flipping game where you must flip the pancake at the perfect time. Too fast and your pancake will be mushy. Too slow and it will burn!...