Bomb Deactivation Game

Posted on Feb 28, 2013

`Should I cut the blue wire... or the red...?` This is a very common phrase in many movies when the action hero has a bomb in front of him with little time left and he has to choose which wire to cut and stop the bomb from exploding saving millions of people. This game is just that... a count down timer and 4 wires of different colors. The player has to remove each wire until it deactivates the bomb.

Bomb Deactivation Game
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R1 1K ohms resistor R2 1K ohms resistor R3 560 ohms resistor R4 560 ohms resistor R5 4K7 ohms resistor R6 10K ohms resistor R7 10K ohms resistor R8 10K ohms resistor R9 10K ohms resistor R10 10K ohms resistor C1 10uF capacitor T1 BC548 Transistor T2 BC548 Transistor Piezo HPE-120 piezo Digits Dual 7 segment display - LTD6410G IC1 16F88 microcontroller from Microchip S1 Push button Others: Box PCB Wires 4.8V Battery Pack Hex program for the microcontroller I've decided to build my version on a breadboard because it has a more realistic look. All the wires and components create a better game experience. Anyway I have made a pcb drawing making it possible to create a clean build. The PCB used for this Project is double layer and its size is 70.79 mm x 42.01 mm. Turning the power on, the display and piezo will start small introduction. After the introduction, the message "S1" will appear on the display meaning that S1 needs to be pressed for the game to start. All four wires must be plugged in. If one of the wires is not plugged in, the message "EE" will display meaning that an error occurred and...

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