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Lava Ball

Posted by oneleggedredcow Top Member Jun 24, 2015
Lava ball is a fairly simple game where you try to keep the ball out of the lava. You move the ball around by tilting the controller and then every so often, the white square moves and you have to make it back to safety before the ground gets too hot. Here's a quick video demonstration of the game: Prerequisites STM32F4 Discovery STM32F4 Discovery WiFi Board UART8000-U Cable Raspberry Pi 2   Introduction We are going to use the accelerometer in the STM32 Discovery board to be t ...
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