The product came very well packed and assembly info is pretty accurate. I think the programming docs could be improved a bit more, some parts are confusing or are missing. But I do recommend purchasing the product, I have started developing two games (on my gh /leonardo2204) and it is pretty cool. BTW, David has been very atentious responding my emails and helping me out on the libs development.
Gamby is an awesome idea with great software and documentation. It's probably the simplest and least expensive way to turn a regular Arduino into a handheld gaming device, even if you've never written a game before.
The kit is well made and for the most part goes together smoothly. The only tricky part is soldering the SMD LED's around the screen. These are optional, but having the illumination is pretty useful with the non-backlit LCD screen.
My only complaint is that one of these SMD LED's turned out to be blue instead of white. Not the end of the world but it does spoil the aesthetics a bit on what otherwise is a very sharp looking kit. The size and difficulty of working with these LED's convinced me to leave it as-is, but a little higher quality-control in the component selection would have been appreciated.
I purchased the gamby not totally sure of wether I had the skill needed to complete it. Fortunately the documentation that I found on the logicalzero website was well written and easy to find. Even though I consider myself a novice solderer, and a weak programmer, and a complete newbie to the Arduino ecosystem, the project was fun to assemble and taught me more than I expected about soldering and patience.
I look forward to learning more about the programming side of Arduino and maybe writing a simple game one day!