TEJ Feud

Are u looking for a fun game to play with your family, well look no further as this is a DIY on how to make your own family feud type game, how fee this game is called TEJ Feud.

Supplies:

In order to start to make your TEJ feud game you will need 4 push buttons, 1 red LED and 1 Green LED, 19 male male wires, 1 buzzer, 2 resistor, 1 breadboard, 1 raspberry pi and 1 ribbon cable to make everything easier.

Step 1: Hardware

So the first thing you want to do is attach one side of your ribbon cable to the raspberry pi and the other side to the breadboard. The second thing you want to do is organize and prepare all of the materials listed above. After the preparations have been made you want to attach all the 4 buttons in a vertical line. Next you want to connect one pin of each button to ground and another pin to any gpio pin. After you have connected all of the buttons you want to attach the greens and red LEDs to the breadboard with the smaller pin being connected to ground and the longer pin being connected to a resistor then any gpio pin. Next you want to connect the buzzer to your breadboard with the smaller pin to ground and the bigger pin to any free gpio pin. After you have connected all the components make sure you organize the wires and make sure then look good and work.

Step 2: Software

After you have done the hardware part of the game you can now move on to the software component of this game. Now you can copy the code in the images below to make the game function.

Step 3: Ending

If everything has been placed together correctly and the code has been written correctly the game should function like a family feud game. Hope you found this DIY helpful and I hope you enjoy the game.

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    audreyobscura

    4 weeks ago

    Do you think you could share your code?