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coolCool1

I'm new to Arduino and have a question! I want to make hangman but with only one (1) word! I don't now how to do that but want to mix that to create a geocache! (if you know what that is!) I need help for everything from if its possible to building help and what to even do! but please please please help!

dannable

Hi!

Welcome to the forum.

You do know that is section is (generally) where you post details of projects that you are prepared to pay hard cash for help with?

If that isn't what you intended, and want help with your code, then the Programming section may be better. You can ask a moderator to move it if that was your intention.
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PaulS

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If that isn't what you intended, and want help with your code, then the Programming section may be better. You can ask a moderator to move it if that was your intention.
Don't do that unless you have some code you need help with.

Exactly how do you expect to have the user enter letters? Exactly how do you plan to show the spaces, letters, and hangman?
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

PaulMurrayCbr

So, you want to make a geocache that unlocks with a game of hangman?

Cool idea. How were you planning to power this, if it's a geocache? Batteries? What were you planning to use as the input device? A joystick arrangement hooked up to the LCD screen? I suppose it's do-able. Some LCD modules have tactile buttons on them - you could rig that up. Not sure about drawing the actual hangman, but a basic line drawing is probably possible on a two-row 5*7 LCD display.

Do you know how to program at all? Were you going to build the mechanical its and the enclosure, and just need someone to do the code? It's actually a fair bit of code, and the programming depends a bit on the actual LCD screen you want to use.

At the very least, you'll need some idea of how it is to look, what series of screens the use will be presented with.
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