I’ve just connected the transmitter module’s power input to 5V USB and the receiver’s power output to MAKERbuino TP4056 Li-Po charging board’s power input pins and it works!
I’ve tested it through three layer of 3mm thick acrylic and it still works (that’s 9mm of plastic in total, I am surprised with the quality of this modules).
To-do: put the transmitter module in a nise plastic (or wooden) casing.
This isn’t dangerous and the sound circuit has a protection rectifier diode so you shouldn’t worry.
@Makerkid, communicating with your PC or phone can be done in various ways. The most common one is bluetooth and you can make an Arduino (or a MAKERbuino) communicate by bluetooth if you add a HC05 module.
Take a look at this tutorial:
You should be able to use a bluetooth transceiver module like this one:
As far as I can tell you should be able to send and receive data using the serial port of the MAKERbuino. But you’ll need to programm the communication yourself. It won’t support the multiplayer-features of the existing games as they use the I2C-Port of the MAKERbuino.