[hackerspaces] CIrcuit design games or tools?

Michel Gallant sfxman at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 21:17:03 CET 2015

The Apple II game "Rocky's Boots" teaches boolean logic in a very fun
gamified way. I don't know what platform you're running so I can't
recommend a specific emulator, but if you can get an emu on your machines,
you can get the disk image here:

Make sure caps lock is on. Older Apple ][ machines didn't have lowercase
and this is from that era.


On Sun, Dec 6, 2015 at 3:03 PM, Joshua Pritt <ramgarden at gmail.com> wrote:

> Check out the ST:EAK from Meat stand.
> Soldering Trainer Entropy Aproximation Kit. It teaches circuits,
> soldering, and you get a neat 6 sided die toy with led lights when you're
> done. http://meatstand.com/wiki/St:eak
> On Dec 6, 2015 12:35 PM, "Shirley Hicks" <shirley at velochicdesign.com>
> wrote:
>> Red Mountain Makers will have a working group focused on developing
>> interactive electronics instruction tools in 2016. (we need some stuff in
>> the space for instruction, as well as portable demo kits)
>> We are in a community where significant portions of our neighbors and
>> residents are not familiar with key concepts.
>> As we outline the project, I’m wondering if any spaces (or members of
>> spaces) are working on games or interactive tools to design (and
>> demonstrate completeness) of circuits using the standard symbol sets?
>> I’m envisioning drag and drop symbols tiles with feedback as to
>> correctness from the program, along with multiple levels of difficulty
>> matching design and control requirements.
>> Best Regards,
>> Shirley Hicks
>> Treasurer/Web Admin/Programmer/Maker
>> Red Mountain Makers
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