Home of the LEDmePlay®. Since 2013.
February 10th, 2021: Have you ever been a bit unhappy that you always need your computer to change the game on LEDmePlay®? We have the solution. Try LEDmePI! LEDmePI is a Raspberry Pi 3 based programmer that allows you to upload games onto the LEDmePlay®. It comes with a nice touchpad. You can learn how to build it here. For LEDmePI it was necessary to slightly customize all of our games. No worries, there is no difference if you want to upload them with the ordinary Arduino IDE. However, they are now available as ZIP packages. Each of them contains a Makefile and a small title screenshot that gets displayed when you select the game. You can ignore both if you do not use LEDmePI.
December 10th, 2019: We have teamed up with mechapro GmbH. They sell an Arduino interface board that simplifies the assembly of the LEDmePlay®. Furthermore, you can purchase the necessary RGB LED matrices on the same page.
August 24th, 2019: We improved Warehouse by fixing a small bug in the undo function and removing a graphical glitch which has occured if the player has performed a special movement pattern.
August 17th&18th, 2019: No comment needed: Maker Faire Hannover 2019. Outstanding!
April 13th, 2019: Our participation in the Rhein-Waal Mini Maker Faire was a home game for Thomas. With cold outside temperatures the visitors fought hot duels with our Tetris clone!
April 11th, 2019: We uploaded a small update of Mimas which we have already shown at Maker Faire Ruhr. It contains a scrolling star background in the first level and bosses in different colors so that it looks more juicy.
March 24th, 2019: We exhibited on Maker Faire Ruhr in the DASA in Dortmund. This time we were in the "Stahlhalle" close to the old converter that had a vital role in the steel production. The organizers have awarded us the "Maker of Merit" pennant. Thank you very much. We will be happy to be there again next year!
This time, we brought our second self-built video game console, TRIme, and showed it to the crowd. Children and adults alike had fun with it. That makes us very happy!
Furthermore, we presented a new Sokoban-like game for the LEDmePlay®: Warehouse
January 3rd, 2019: Here comes our late christmas present: Tetromino, a new Tetris-like game for the LEDmePlay®.
December 22nd, 2018: A user reported an incompatibility between our games and the newest version of the Timer Library. For now, our games require Timer Library V1.3 which must be copied to the Arduino directory on your computer. The path is something as C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries. All links to the Timer Library on our website point now at version 1.3.
October 7th, 2018: We showed our games again in the Binarium in Dortmund. Occasion was the Star Wars exhibition closing event.
September 15th&16th, 2018: Highlight of the year: Maker Faire Hannover 2018. Located beside the robot wars arena, we enjoyed the crowd (new visitor record reached). Furthermore, we could present a new LEDmePlay® game that introduces you to the pleasures of round-based tactical warfare: Fire&Fury.
May 1st, 2018: We showed our games on the occasion of a special Star Wars exhibition in the Binarium in Dortmund. Our LEDmePlays harmonized perfectly with the magnificent retro objects in the collection.
January 26th, 2018: All our games have been updated to make them fully compatible with the LEDmePlay® Joypad and the LEDmePlayBoy. Special versions of the games are no longer required. Now, everything runs out-of-the-box.
December 22nd, 2017: New hardware has arrived: We have developed the LEDmePlay® Joypad you can build on your own. This makes you independent from rare replicates of classic joysticks and the lottery to get good old ones on ebay.
December 13th, 2017: Our christmas present: A new snake-like game: Sneak. Furthermore, we have updated and improved Amok. Finally, if you like our breakout-style game Wall'n'Ball, you can now create your own playfields with Wall'n'Ball Edit.
September 16th, 2017: We have attended the Mayersche Mini Maker Faire in Düsseldorf. See some impressions below from this little maker faire in a book store.
August 28th, 2017: We are just back from the Maker Faire Hannover. It was fantastic with a lot of positive feedback from the visitors of our booth. We carried out a survey to get new ideas and combined this with a raffle. There is a winner: Chris F. has won an Arduino-Mega-compatible board. Have fun with it!
March 27th, 2017: Mithotronic@Maker Faire Ruhr. Although it was a bit too bright at our booth due to large windows and perfect weather, it was a great event once again. We presented two new games: Wall'n'Ball, a break-out game with varied features and multiple modes, and Grand Tour, a racing game which allows to compete with each other via our new X-link extension. The games will be available for download soon.
December 28, 2016: Unfortunately, we had to cancel our participation in the Mini Maker Faire Köln on short notice. However, now we are looking forward to exhibit on Maker Faire Ruhr on March 25 & 26, 2017.
November 5, 2016: We will be at Mini Maker Faire Köln!
February 21, 2016: See the new portable version of the LEDmePlay®: The LEDmePlayBoy
December 15, 2015: Read the article about LEDmePlay® in Make 6/2015.
June 29, 2015: We joined the Maker World Friedrichshafen (June 27 & 28).
June 8, 2015: We visited the Maker Faire Hannover (June 7) and presented the LEDmePlay® for the first time.