For use with the TinyArcadeand the Pocket Arcade - these arcades really shine when using the internal microSD card slot! The TinyArcade can run a single game from it's internal memory, but with a microSD card, you can store many games and videos and use the TinyArcade menu to select which one to play.
All games for the Pocket Arcade and TinyArcade are free and open-source. Some of our favorites include Flappy Birdz, Tiny Brick, and Asteroids! Being open-source and providing free and customizable content, we look forward to building a community of gamers who edit and develop their own games. Share your work, join in the fun, ask questions and give design tips to others on the forum.
Add huge amounts of storage to your TinyDuino projects by using this 8GB microSD card. This card works with the TinyDuino system using the microSD TinyShieldor themicroSD/Audio TinyShieldand also has a full size SD card adapter so you can read it from a SD Card capable computer.
This is the 3D printed enclosure (both the top and bottom half) and the watch wrist strap used to create a TinyScreen Smart Watch. The top 3D enclosure has space for the TinyScreen to snap in place and beheld tightly and has 4 bumped out buttons to allow for easy pressing of the TinyScreen side switches. A nylon NATO style watch strap is also included that will fit with the housing.
The case tapers towards the bottom, so at it's widest point, the exterior dimensions are 51mm wide, 51mm tall, and 20mm deep. Interior dimensions at it's most narrow point are 44.5mm wide, 44.5mm tall, and 15.1mm deep. That's enough space to have two stacks of four boards and a 150mAh battery.
The case tapers towards the bottom, so at it's widest point, the exterior dimensions are 36mm wide, 36mm tall, and 15mm deep. Interior dimensions at it's most narrow point are 29.5mm wide, 29.5mm tall, and 10.1mm deep. That's enough space to have a single stack of three boards without a battery, or two boards with a 70mAh battery.
This is one of the easiest ways to add some color to your TinyDuino project. These crystal clear 3mm LEDs are already wired with a built in current limiting resistor, so all you need to do is solder the pre-tinned wires to a power source.
Sometimes you need a good old fashioned breadboard to easily test a circuit. Now you can make truly minuscule prototypes using these miniature breadboards.
They contain 25 points to plug in resistors, capacitors, transistors, or anything else with a thin lead. The holes are arranged in rows of five that are connected in a line to form 5 separate rails of 5 holes. These breadboards are backed with an adhesive foam tape so you can stick them anywhere!
Sometimes you need a good old fashioned breadboard to easily test a circuit. Now you can make compact prototypes using these mini breadboards.
They contain 170 points to plug in resistors, capacitors, transistors, or anything else with a thin lead. The holes are arranged in rows of five that are connected in a line to form 34 separate rails of 5 holes. These breadboards are backed with an adhesive foam tape so you can stick them anywhere!
What project would be complete without magnets? These magnets can help you do anything from hold something shut, to detecting the position of something with a hall effect sensor. They're neodymium magnets, so don't let their small size fool you. They pack a big punch!
We have two sizes of magnets available, 5x3mm and 6x4mm