Robot Slingshot two player game for Raspberry Pi
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Install instuctions GigaBrain Robot slingshot two player game
Build a robot game with your Raspberry Pi and play with your Mobile phone, battling with two players using your favorite slingshot ammo to shoot off crates and count points. The game works with a Raspberry Pi and a Mobile phone, Pad or any touch screen.
- Each player starts with 1p resource that they place in front of their own slingshot on top of the tower
- Each player on their turn draws the sling and releases it, trying to hit the opponents resources. Before the turn place a new resource on your playing field, according to the game image
- End of each throw count amount of resources that have fallen to ground on opponents field and add to your points
- Corn, Barrel 1p
- Leaf, Flour 2p
- Gold crate 3p
Assembly: Print all parts, connect the spiral sling with a 9g micro servo, add additional screw to hold the servo better. Slide the servo inside the servo holder with the wire upwards. Adjust the servo when the servo is in middle position the sling cup is balanced horizontally.
Add 3mm / 4mm / 5mm Neodymium magnet balls if you want extra weight for the cannon balls.
The Game is in BETA test mode, so leave feedback in comments.
The slingshot stand is better with a support structure that you can leave on the print, it holds the stand better.
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Robot Slingshot two player game for Raspberry Pi by megamikey is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.
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