A full kit to build your own TinyGame console!
So you think you can solder? We think so too!
The TinyGame is made on a custom design circuit board with a tiny OLED screen, powered by an Arm cortex M0. It has beautiful board art and a super frustrating 2-pixel-character platform game called Bitman.
With this kit we hope to demonstrate that designing and building tiny devices using surface mount technology and state of the art OLED is very possibly, even on a shoestring budget. We would like to demonstrate that you can do this by having you build your own TinyGame.
All the tools, designs and code we use to design and build TinyGames are available on our Github page. We took special care to use only freely available software during construction, so that anyone can take our files and continue to build on. The TinyGame is kept open so that you can use it beyond its’ function as a very small game platform.
Check out the Tinygame Build Manual.
Soldering level: beyond Arduino and before iPhone.
Your TinyGame will be on a green board not pink but electronics green. All the other parts will be identical to the pink TinyGame pictured above.
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We look for the most active & best members of the Tindie community, and invite them to join. There isn't a selection process or form to fill out. The only way to become a Tindarian is by being a nice & active member of the Tindie community!
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