Odie1's Wooden-Case Arduboy Clone


This is a clone that I’m currently working on.

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No idea how those ‘buttons’ are supposed to work, but that is by far the coolest Arduboy I’ve seen so far.
Steampunkism ho!

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The steering wheel looking part is a 5-way tactile button and the two gears on the upper right hand side are the A and B buttons. Thanks for the compliment.

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Steam-punk Arduboy … looks great!

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Oh, so it tilts to press the buttons? Neat.

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But it could be a problem if a game required pressing UP and DOWN, or RIGHT and LEFT, at the same time.

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Maybe that’s where the central button comes in

Post it here! Post your DIY
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It will do up and right, down and right, etc. if that is what you mean. It plays really well.

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No, I mean RIGHT and LEFT pressed at the same time. Or, UP and DOWN pressed at the same time.

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Nope, it will not do that.

Or it could be called Ardupunk :blush:

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Steamboy?
Filler, and more

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This is the design that I’ve decided to use. I have three more to build for my grandkids. BTW, I do own an Arduboy and I only do this as a hobby. The joystick works great. Total cost to build including red oak is about $24.50.

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that’s an awesome game you have there =D

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