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Nomis: Simon game clone on ATTiny85

Posted on Wednesday, January 11th, 2012 in AVR, DIY by the machinegeek


Christopher Woodall from HappyRobotLabs wrote in about his recent project, Nomis, a Simon clone made using an ATTiny85.

It uses up 4 pins, 3 for LEDs and 1 for buttons (ADC input). The write up can be found here. Everything is completely open source (except for the EAGLE CAD limitations of course, which kind of suck) and I am currently waiting on some PCBs to be made.

The source code can be found on the project’s Github page, and there are additional photos on Flickr.

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