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TWANG, an Arduino-based dungeon crawler

Posted on Friday, January 19th, 2018 in Arduino by DP

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Bdring built his own Arduino-based 1D dungeon crawler inspired by Robin Baumgarten’s  Line Wobbler:

I have been a Patron of Robin Baumgarten for a while. He makes experimental hardware for games. His Line Wobbler one dimensional dungeon crawler is my favorite and I have always wanted to play it. It uses a door stop spring as the controller. An accelerometer in the knob allows it to work like a joystick and also detect the wobble used to attack the enemies.

More details at Buildlog.net blog.

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