This kit has 2 games in 1: A memory game and a reaction game. Both games are available from the pre-programmed PIC controller when the kit has been built.
The kit has four buttons and LEDs to make up two games. When made, the kit can act as both a memory game and a reactions game. A PIC micro-controller, pre-programmed with special software controls each of the games.
The on / off switch and battery pack mount directly onto the board allowing it to be used as built or alternatively it can be housed into an enclosure of your own design.
Game 1: Memory Game
This is our take on the classic 'Simon Says' game. You have to match the pattern shown by the 4 LEDs in the order shown by the kit before the timer runs out!
Game 2: Reaction Game
This game tests how fast your reactions are! The kit lights up an LED where you have to press the corresponding button on the same corner as the LED. The game times out if you press the wrong corresponding button or don't press the button in time.
- 2 Games in 1 kit (memory game and reactions game).
- Compact PCB design.
- 1 x 2x AA PCB Mount.
- 6 x 680Ω Resistor.
- 1 x 47Ω Resistor.
- 1 x Red 5mm Diffused LED - 275mCd.
- 1 x Green 5mm Diffused LED - 35mCd.
- 1 x Yellow 5mm Diffused LED - 125mCd.
- 1 x Orange 5mm Diffused LED - 275mCd.
- 4 x 6mm PCB Mount Tactile Switch, 9.5mm height.
- 1 x IC Socket 8 Pin.
- 1 x PCB Mount Slide Switch.
- 1 x Pan Head M3 x10mm Machine Screw.
- 1 x M3 Hex Full Width Nut, Zinc.
- 1 x Electronic Game Kit PCB.
- 1 x Pre-Programmed IC.
- Length: 58.5mm.
- Width: 58.5mm.
- Click here to download the essential information.
- Click here to download the full teaching resources.
This kit is supplied in a grip seal bag. It is also available in retail packaging. For more details on this version click here.
Teachers can order a sample of this kit (one per school) here. You will need to select the kit from a list of all the sample kits; the stock code for this kit is 2103.
Note: this service is only offered to schools for evaluation purposes only.
This kit is designed and manufactured in the UK by Kitronik.
- PCB Length: 58.5mm.
- PCB Width: 58.5mm.
- PCB Component Count: 18.
- Voltage Nominal: 3V.
- Voltage Range: 2V - 5V.
- Standby Current: 9.5mA.
- Current Max at Nominal Voltage: 12mA.
What would the code be for the game in picaxe software? How complicated and time consuming would this be to do?
Posted byon Tuesday, 15 March 2016
The game kit you are looking at comes with a pre-programmed PICAXE chip, which can’t be edited. Depending on how well you know PICAXE programming would depend on how difficult it would be to program your own game.
can you use this is in a gcse electronic controlled assessment
Posted byon Thursday, 1 October 2015
This kit is suitable for Key Stage 3, the chip supplied with this kit is pre-programmed so if you need to create a program yourself you the assessment this kit isn’t suitable.
Have you any kits which allow are programmable but have the components soldered to the circuit?
Posted byon Wednesday, 1 October 2014Our Motor Controller Board Kit has a pre-built variant, product code 2124B.
Hi I am planning to order some Memory Games kits (2103) for IET Scout activity. Can you provide the enclosures shown on your website? https://www.kitronik.co.uk/2103-game-project-kit.html Regards, Stuart
Posted byon Wednesday, 13 August 2014Hi Stuart, The enclosure in the image was made by students at a school a few months ago and I don't have the designs unfortunately.
Hi, Could you possibly confirm whether there are any teaching notes with this game project concerning the programming? I am using Circuit Wizard for PIC programming but struggling to create teaching resources without imperfections in the flowchart aspect. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Best Wishes, Martyn
Posted byon Friday, 11 April 2014The chip is pre-programmed with code specifically for this application it is not a PICAXE or Genie chip, but written in assembly language code. It is therefore not possible to reprogram the chip without Microchip development tools. The code is fairly complex and not something that you would be able to recreate using a flow chart. I would have thought that you would be best looking at how flowcharts work with a simpler task and then explain that the way that the software in the game is written is done using text based instructions. The program is about 500 lines in length, so it's not something you really want to be studying.
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