hey all, this is the follow up on my original ardupong instructable, as always its about making the hardware better, the software stays pretty much the same. so in this instructible i got the idea at work when I came across these video game console themed candy tins and i saw an atari joystick and thought to myself "hmm i bet i could turn that into the real thing" so i bought the mints and ordered the smallest arduino i could find and waited a week, and this was the result:

Very nice tin hack!&nbsp; Do you support only Single player mode or did you provide another cable to another joystick?<br> <br> Best Wishes
eh, you could but i dont know if its honestly fun enough to engage someone else in a game of pong

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