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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.

Via the contact form.

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