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Hi,

I've noticed a few game consoles people have made powered by the Atmega chip used in the Arduino.  They usually have a couple buttons or thumb sticks and a LED matrix, RGB or basic, for a display.  Anyone know if there is a list of the different off the shelf arduino game consoles available?  Im aware of the Meggy Jr from Evil Mad Scientist which seems to be the most polished option out there.  Interested to see if there's any more basic alternatives out there for arduino LED game development! 
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Meggy Jr and Pong Clock(http://123led.wordpress.com/about/) are most complex and intresting ones...but it's kind expensive
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Meggy Jr and Pong Clock(http://123led.wordpress.com/about/) are most complex and intresting ones...but it's kind expensive

yup theses ones are probably the best I've saw too!  smiley
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