micro:bit Electronic Candles
Hello, when we hold birthday parties, the lighting candles come to our mind for best wishes! If we have a micro:bit by hand, is that possible to make an electronic candle device with it? Here comes the case of blowing off the candle “fires” by sound.
Catch the "Apples"
Hello, this week I am going to make a catching apples game through a micro:bit. Let’s see how it works below:
Aircraft Battle (2)
On the basis of the aircraft battle project in last week, I would like to upgrade the “bullets” to strengthen its power by collecting the bullets left by enemies.
In our childhood time, Arcade was a precious gift with classic games of the Tetris, Aircraft battle, Snakes…, sometimes I wonder if I can create those games by myself, here goes the Retro Arcade board and let’s create the Aircrafts battle games now!
micro:bit Finger-guessing Game
Hello, today I am going to build a finger-guessing game with the micro:bit. If we shake the micro:bit, the micro:bit displays the scissor, stone or cloth at random, then we can play it with our partners.
Let’s make a simiple project: A Timid TPBot Smart Car
It lights on in the colourful mode in a quiet environment, but it lights off once there is louder noise near it, and it would move forward quickly to turns and face to the back side.
Through the introduction of the turtle extension library in the previous article, we have learned the basic concepts of turtle graphics. In this article, let’s learn how to draw a helix with micro:bit. Press the button A to draw a helix on the LED screen, and press button B to eliminate the helix as the same way:
Introduction to micro:bit microturtle extension library
While browsing the makecode website, you may find a very interesting extension library-Turtle, which is a micro:bit extension library that is used to control a LED highlight, and then control its movement through programming, we can also draw the movement track to create complex graphics, there is limited by the size of the dot matrix on the micro:bit board, there are not many complex graphics that can be drawn, but it is still worth a try. Below is a spiral I drew
Memory Test Game
This is a small game that tests memory. It will display five characters in a row, and then wait for key input. When the player presses the keys in the correct order, √ is displayed. If the key is entered incorrectly, × is displayed and the game restarts. This is a simple game and you can have a try of optimizing and increasing the difficulty on the basis of this game.
micro:bit Avoiding bricks---Additional functions
We’ve added some additional functions to the project we shared last week---micro:bit avoiding bricks.