Arduino Minecraft Akinator

Introduction: Arduino Minecraft Akinator

Hello Everyone. Welcome back to my instructable. Today I am showing you a creation, that is literally almost not available in the internet. I present to you, The Arduino Minecraft Akinator. Still under development though. It knows some popular mobs. Many more are yet to be added. This code consists about 300 lines. So it willbe kind to give this some credit. So let's make this fun creation and let me hope you enjoy it :D

Step 1: Materials Required

1. Arduino Board

2. Breadboard

3. Jumper wires

4. Two Buttons

5. 220-1K resistors X 2

6. Bluetooth Module(Optional)

You can use a bluetooth module if you wish to connect to your phone. Otherwise use the serial communication in the arduino IDE on the computer.

Step 2: Building the Circuit

First you have to Place two buttons. According to my circuit, the one on the left is YES and the one on the right is NO. Connect them to +ive and -ive rails as the per the picture above. Connect the YES button to pin 12 and the NO button to pin 13. Connect the 3.3v and the Gnd to the respective rails on the board.

Optional Step:

Place the bluetooth module as shown above. Green wire to 3.3v, Black wire to Gnd, Blue wire to Rx and Yellow wire to Tx.

In case you have doubts on connecting the bluetooth module, you can refer to the connection diagrams on google.

Now your board is ready.

Step 3: Enjoy

Now think of some common minecraft mobs and answer questions respectively. The akinator will answer your questions.

Current mobs availabe: Creeper, Zombie, Slime, Magma Cube, Wither, Wither skeleton, Enderdragon, Witch, Spider, Cave Spider, Skeleton, Sheep, Cow, Chicken, Horse, Squid, Silver Fish, Enderman, Pig.

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