New game console - Nibble

Hi there CircuitMess Community,

Meet our new game console and the heir of MAKERbuino - Nibble! :yellow_heart:
We achieved many milestones in the past 3 and a half years of development, which led to presenting this console. :video_game:
Some of them are 128 prototypes, 15 000 MAKERbuinos sold, 2 000 customer feedback emails, and 22 new employees!
Make sure to learn more about it on our webpage.
Also, you can use the 25% discount code LAUNCH25 that’s valid for the first 50 purchases. :running_man:
Let us know what you think about it!

-Marija from CircuitMess

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whats different between Nibble and the Byteboi device?

Looks amazing and uses popular ESP8266. I would like to port CircuitOS and Nibble-Launcher for my espboy.com project with similar hardware.

@ESP.boy, your project is super neat, well done!

The code is open-sourced under an MIT license so you have all the rights to do that! :slight_smile:

Just please, give us a little credit when communicating with your fans and perhaps send me a photo or a video here or via direct messages so that I can share it on our social media.

Good luck!

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Hi there,
we developed Nibble based on MAKERbuino feedback and when compared to it, Nibble is better in all aspects. We did a similar thing with ByteBoi and decided to add it to the STEM Box campaign that you can still support on Indiegogo. ByteBoi will have a bigger screen, Li-Po battery, it will be able to connect to Wheelson (another cool product from our STEM Box), and you’ll be able to program it in MakeCode Arcade. Also, while Nibble’s age group is 9+, ByteBoi’s age group will be 11+!
Hope that helps :slight_smile:

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Hi there,
Can I have the web link for Nibble’s Schematic?

I have recently received my nibble box, looks amazing.
I am very exited to assemble it soon.

Thanks

I received my Nibble here in Tennessee, USA yesterday. It was delivered by DHL and was in excellent condition. I successfully assembled it today. The only difficulty I had was getting the case layers in the correct order and the right way around. I realize your web site favors photos in its resources but would it be possible to create a single drawing with all layers shown in their proper order and orientation? Other than that it works great. Thanks.

unfortunately Nibble games code is not available ( https://github.com/CircuitMess/Nibble-Launcher/tree/master/src/Games

I have assembled the game today, everything is working fine except the “UP” button. it’s not working, I checked the button, it’s all OK. I tried de-soldering the button and replaced with the new one, but it’s not working at all. Kindly help me regarding this issue.

Hi there, here is the link to Nibble schematics! :slight_smile:

Hi! Could you please send us a photo of your soldering joints to see if there’s anything that can be fixed there?
Don’t worry, we’ll figure that out :slight_smile:



Hi, kindly check, photos are attached.

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Hey, thanks for sending the photos! Could you please post in a Support category so in case anyone else has the same problem, they’ll easily find the topic? I’m looking into the possible solution and I’ll get back to you as soon as I have something :slight_smile:

Hey there, good thing I opened this thread! :smile:
Seems we had a slip when Nibble was launching and forgot to make the game repositories public. I fixed that now and you can access the game code.

Have fun :slight_smile:

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Excellent!
Thank you so much )