A Simple Electronic Game

Introduction: A Simple Electronic Game

About: Hi, I'm Johan Link, a 19 years old student living in Switzerland. I love robotics, computers, 3D printing, photography and skate.

You are learning how to make a small very funny electronic game. You can play with your friends and test your reflex.

Thanks UTSOURCE.net to offer electronic components for my projects

Step 1: Download the Gerber File.

You can download the gerber file on this site :

Step 2: Producing Your Pcb.

The size of the PCB are: length 42mm and width 14mm.

You can make your pcb on PCBWAY. I ordered pcb on this site and I found it very reliable.

Step 3: Assemble the PCB.

Here is the components you will need:

- 2 resistors (1k ohm)

- 3 resistors (cms)(1k ohm)

- 1 red led (cms) - 2 green leds (cms)

- 2 push button

- 4 capacitors (cms)(not necessary)

- 1 attiny 44/84 SOIC-14

After finding all the components you can weld them on the pcb. To program the microcontroller you can visit the site High-Low Tech. You can use the Arduino program for ATtiny 44/84.

Step 4: How Does It Work?

1) Connect the PCB has a supply of 5v.

2)Each player places a finger on the push button ( don't press the button).

3) Wait a few seconds and the red led lights.

4) The first player who presses his button win, and a green LED lights.

5) Wait a few seconds and the game will start again.

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    3 Discussions

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    electronicsmith
    electronicsmith

    7 months ago

    very well explained and very entertaining game. BTW have you ever tried PCB from china is not www.nextpcb.com is a best option. i order 10 PCB for 5$ and make this game i keep 2 PCB and rest i give to my friends so they also enjoy the gama

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    Alexisgm97
    Alexisgm97

    3 years ago

    Hey! Really nice board!

    What value do the capacitors have?

    Thanks!