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Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
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Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
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Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
2.jpg
Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
image.png
How to work with the code from circuito.io

 

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CODE

Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
2.jpg
Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
image.png
How to work with the code from circuito.io

 

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CODE

Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
2.jpg
Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
image.png
How to work with the code from circuito.io

 

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CODE

Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
2.jpg
Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
image.png
How to work with the code from circuito.io

 

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CODE

Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
2.jpg
Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
image.png
How to work with the code from circuito.io

 

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CODE

Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
2.jpg
Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
image.png
How to work with the code from circuito.io

 

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CODE

Code for Snake GameArduino
The code for this project is based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4qY7JBhQpY.
Super Mario, Tetris, Pac-Man - don't you wish you could go back in time to enjoy sitting hours in front of a black screen with minimal resolution and play these wonderful yet addictive games? Well, after we added the Nokia 3310 screen to circuito.io, this build was inevitable. We are proud to present our latest creation - the Nokia Snake game wrapped in an Arduino box!
2.jpg
Snake Game Wrapped in Arduino
The Electronics
For this very awesome project you will need:
- An old Nokia 5110 screen 
- An Arduino Uno
- A Piezo Speaker
- Joystick
- Push button
- Switch
- And a Lithium Battery
Assembling the electric circuit is quite simple.
In this magic link to circuito.io, we've already pre-selected all the parts you need for the project. You can, of course, add additional components if you want. Once you've selected everything you need, click on generate. 
Your circuito.io Reply
Your circuito reply has 4 parts:
1. BoM - A list of all the components you'll need for the project. 
You may be wondering why new components have "popped-up" on this list, although you haven't selected them. Well, these parts are necessary for your project just like the core parts you chose, and they are automatically added to your list of parts after being calculated by our smart-smart engine. Pretty neat, huh?
2. Step-by-step wiring guide
This is the fun part. After placing all the components on your breadboard, you can start hooking them up to one another and to the Arduino. Just follow the wizard, step-by-step, it's that easy! Make sure to read the comments that pop-up on the left side bar, as they may be very helpful.
3. Code
In this section you have a sample code that is automatically generated to integrate between all the components you chose. This code will help you test that you assembled the circuit correctly. 
Follow the steps below, that also appear in the circuito.io reply:
image.png
How to work with the code from circuito.io

 

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