Nibble: Educational DIY Game Console for Ages 9+ for $79

Nibble: Educational DIY Game Console for Ages 9+ for $79
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KEY FEATURES

Nibble is an educational tool disguised in the shape of a retro game console. It's a new and improved version of MAKERbuino that makes learning about electronics and programming fun! With a build guide, assembling the kit will be easy peasy. This DIY console comes preloaded with 4 retro games inspired by cult classics — Bonk, Invaderz, Snake, and SpaceRocks. Not just that, you can even code your own games in CircuitBlocks code editor. It's similar to Scratch or Code.org, making it easy for beginners to get into embedded programming. Nibble’s software is fully open-source and available for you to download. Nibble’s hardware’s schematics, along with the bill of materials, are also open-source and available online.

How It Works?

  1. Assemble your game console with the build guide
  2. Insert batteries
  3. Play retro games
  4. Code new games

Pre-Loaded Games

  • Bonk: A homage to Pong – one of the first commercially-successful video games
  • Invaderz: A classic space shooter
  • Snake: Probably the most recognizable game from the early mobile phone era
  • SpaceRocks: Shoot asteroids & earn points
Suitable for ages 9 and up

PRODUCT SPECS

Specs

  • Materials: plastic, electronic components, copper circuit board, AAA alkaline batteries, LCD display
  • Dimensions: 1.4"H x 7.5"L x 11.4"W
  • Procesor: 32-bit, 160MHz
  • Storage: 4MB
  • RAM: 80KB
  • Display: 1.4″ 128×128 Full color TFT
  • Connectivity: WiFi
  • Build time: 2 hours
  • Programming: C++ (Arduino), CircuitBlocks, Python
  • Open-source
  • No prior knowledge required
  • Manufacturer's 1-year warranty

Includes

  1. Main circuit board
  2. Acrylic casing
  3. Metal soldering iron stand
  4. Sponge
  5. USB soldering iron
  6. Solder wire
  7. Cross screwdriver
  8. 2A USB power supply for the soldering iron
  9. AAA alkaline batteries
  10. LCD display
  11. MicroUSB cable
  12. USB soldering iron's power cord
  13. Bag with small components
  14. Battery holder
  15. Build guide



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