PIC-based game development platforms

Posted on Monday, September 24th, 2012 in dev boards, PIC by DP

FUN BitPack is designed for developing games on Orbit16 PIC24 and PIC32 development boards. It has a Nokia 3310 display, a Joystick, two buttons, and a buzzer:

FUN BitPack is suitable for making hand-held videogames such as our “ORbitSnake”, a Snake game version for ORbit16 (see Below). To enter the bootloader with FUN BitPack attached, use the reset button and the Up Button on the board.

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