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!...
Electric Spirit Level

Electric Spirit Level

Create an Electric Spirit Level Use this spirit level to quickly and easily display the tilt of any object attached! Created by Kaitlyn from Raffles Institution. Goals Learn to use tilt readings from the micro:bit’s in-built accelerometer Learn to work with...