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Picture of Simon Says Game - 3D Printable | Arduino Nano |  DIY Project
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Print, assemble and program your own Simon Says game. How much of the randomly generated colour pattern can you memorise and repeat back? Not sure, then why not make one and find out. (My current best is level 14).

With an Arduino Nano at its core this project also incorporates an OLED screen, passive buzzer and some big bright buttons. You can add even more colour to the project by printing the enclosure in several colours by manually changing the filament in your printer during the print. (I think it looks great in multi colour!).

Step 1: Video Instructions

If you prefer watching a video then here it is, otherwise continue on for the full written instructions.

anagabriellanc made it!21 days ago
Fun Proyect!
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Hi! I loved your project and how it turned out!! I Really want to make it myself, and so i have started buying all the materials and even 3D printed your design!
The problem i’m facing Is that when i tried to upload the code to my arduino, it said it couldn’t upload because of a problem with the arduino itself, i did everything as instructed so I really don’t know what is going on and I don’t know much about arduino or how to program it;-;
Please help me, I would really appreciate it
offseidjr2 months ago
Looks fun!
zakbobdop2 months ago
This is just one of the many ways you can program this!