This chess game allows you to play with opponents across the world. It’s automated, so the pieces move as if your opponent was there.
Leave them to it, and makers will create some great games and toys. What could be better than making your own gadgets? Using Ardunio, you can build your own toys, like remote control cars and quadcopters, from scratch, and from the comfort of your own home. You can even hack existing products and give them your own twist. The Arduino is capable of making all manner of games and gadgets. Have a browse of some of the more creative games that hackers around the world have made.
A useless machine is a box with a switch on top. Flick the switch, and a little hand will come out of the box and un-flick the switch.
The King Cobra is a game of skill and speed. If you’re not fast enough, you’re going to get stabbed!
Knock Knock is a wooden calculator box that is used by knocking the surface over which symbol you wish to use.
This interesting project combines a LeapMotion hand-tracker with a marble maze, offering 3D gesture control to the classic game.
Playing FPS games on a console is not as accurate as with a PC mouse, and the joypad is getting old. That’s where the Delta Six comes in…
The Wifly Mini is the ultimate Arduino powered RC car. It’s got a camera and can be controlled by console joypads and steering wheels.