Arduboy is a miniature 8-bit game platform that makes it easy to learn, share and play open source games online. Make a game and carry it in your pocket!
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Arduboy is a miniature game system the size of a credit card. It comes installed with a classic 8-bit game and can be reprogrammed from a library of open source games available online. Arduboy is open source so you can learn to code and create your own games.
Games for the Arduboy are made by users! Anyone can create and publish games with a friendly and active community of developers online! Check out some of our favorite games listed below!
|Squario||■ Action||Star Honor||■ Puzzle|
|Epic Crates of Destruction||■ Platformer||Train Dodge||■ Action|
|Ardumine||■ Adventure||Little Rook Chess||■ Strategy|
|Atomic Puzzle Pack||■ Puzzle||Blob Attack||■ Puzzle|
|Chrome Dino||■ Action||Glove||■ Adventure|
|Make games online with an awesome community of developers.
100+ Games Online.
Using the Arduboy for the first time is easy! All you need is a PC with an internet connection and a Micro-USB Cable! Follow these steps below to get started with your Arduboy!
Install Arduino & Libraries
Upload to Arduboy
|C++ development platform for programming microcontrollers.||Browse the community to find new games.||Use Arduino or try Arduboy Manager to upload new games.|
|Frequently Asked Questions||Quick Start Guide|
Whether you are a beginner just getting started or a seasoned developing professional, the Guides section has something for everyone! Tutorials to learn the basics or advanced walkthroughs of more complex topics can be found in the community.
|Quick Start||Uploading Games|
|Making Your Own Game||Adding Sketches to Arduino|
|How to Print Text||Using Github|
|Storing Data and Loops||How to Reset the Arduboy|
|Reading Button Input||Using Flashlight Mode|
|1-Bit OLED Matrix Display, 128x64 Pixels||Arduino Compatible|
|8-Bit Microcontroller, ATmega 32u4||USB Recharge and Reprogram|
|16Mhz, 32KB Flash, 2.5KB RAM, 1KB EEPROM||6 Soft Click Buttons|
|6 Hour Battery, 180mAh Lithium Polymer||RGB LED and Piezo Speaker|