EE 319K Game Design

Bomb Defusal

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Overview

For our final project in our embedded systems class (EE 319K), we had to create a game design and  make it from scratch. Jay and I decided to emulate a popular game "Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes." So we coded 5 modules from the original game and created a casing for the game to present it to our classmates. We won the design competition in our class and were recognized by Texas Instruments for our game.

 

Design

The final games consisted of 2 TI TM4C microcontrollers. embedded into the game was UART, DAC, FSM, transistors, switches, distance sensor, slide potentiometer, and LCD screens. The wooden box was CADed and lazer cut and all wiring was soldered and designed on breadboard. There is a separate manuel for the game that can be download below which allows that players to figure out the puzzles in the game. This game is a 2 or more player game.

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Meet The Team

 
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Keeshan Patel

Electrical/Computer Engineering Student

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Jay Shenoy

Electrical/Computer Engineering Student