One of the key challenges of learning to game program with an Arduino is figuring out a reliable set of
They need to be readily available and affordable. They also need to be easy to assemble. This simple kit
3 primary components: an Arduino Nano, a 128x64 pixel i2c OLED, and an adapter to plug in a Wii Nunchuck
which is also
an i2c device. 8 wires connect them togeter and then you can hot glue them in place on a small
No soldering required. Depending on where you source the parts, the total cost is between 11 and 20 USD
most expensive part being the Wii Nunchuck. Generic ones can be bought on Amazon for around $5.