Im gonna get my arduboy for my birthday!

I Cant Wait To Get My Arduboy, i think if i learn the code lots ill try my best to make a Bubble Bobble clone!

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My wife’s favorite game!

A Bubble Bobble clone!! How come no onehas ever thoughtof that! That would work really well with the Arduboy screen size!

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Hmmm… https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=arduboy+bubble+bobble

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It’s been thought of:

Just not done.

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I need to be paying more attention to the forum! :laughing:

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It would also be cool if the creator of squario would make Squario Kart

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I never got the arduboy cause my mom said and i quote “i didnt order it cause its just another videogame.” Maybe im a Video Game Addict? Lol

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you need to tell her it will help you pick up C++ programming

and then show her all the tutorials available online :wink:

https://community.arduboy.com/c/education/lessons

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Technically it’s infinite video games.
(Or at least a couple of hundred… I’ve never checked.)

Edit:
Aparently there are 186 games on eried’s repo alone,
and there are quite a lot of games that aren’t yet on the repo.

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This is a larger than the Atari Lynx, NeoGeo Pocket or WonderSwan colour commercial libraries.

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I own all of those consoles. And 4 arduboys. Mobile consoles are.my hobby.

Well i told her i can create my own video games and she said it doesbt matter its still video games but at least i have tons of emulators and roms plus apps on my phone to keep me busy. But i might just save up money and buy it myself anyway.

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If you’re interested in making games or programming in general, I’d recommend saving up and buying one yourself.
(If you’re interested in electronics, maybe even try to make your own Arduboy clone.)
If you’re only wanting to play games and not make games, it’s still worth it because you’re getting at least a few hundred free games for the price of one device.

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