I have no idea what I'm doing (Help me?)

So, I'm trying to set up this project but I don't know squat about coding and I was hoping somebody could help me

Materials:
Arduino Uno
Breadboard
Ky-018 Photeresistor
Various Wires
2 Servos (Mini blue ones)

Purpose:
Servo 1 Presses A on my 3DS by turning 45 degrees then going back
Servo 2 Presses Start on my 3DS by also turning 45 degrees and going back

My Goal:
Servo 1 Presses A
Wait 3 Seconds
Servo 1 Presses A
Wait 5 Seconds
Servo 1 Presses A
Wait 4 seconds
Servo 1 Presses A
Wait 1 Second
Servo 1 Presses A
Wait 1 Second
Servo 1 Presses A
Wait 1 Second
Servo 1 Presses A
Time how long the screen goes black using the photoresistor/photocell (I don't know what to call it)

  • If longer than 16 seconds stop process

  • If shorter than 16 seconds servo 2 presses start
    Wait 14 seconds
    Repeat process

If somebody could help me out that'd be great, I spent a lot longer writing this than I probably should have

Here's a picture: Screenshot - 6e47d7ca1012b624312af83657dad45b - Gyazo

We can help you but you do the the heavy lifting.

Always show us your ‘current’ compete sketch.
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[code] Paste sketch here. [/code]

Show us a good schematic of your circuit.

Show us a good image of your wiring.

What coding and electronics have you done?

What will this be used for?

Read up on state machine programmming techniques.
http://www.thebox.myzen.co.uk/Tutorial/State_Machine.html

http://www.gammon.com.au/forum/?id=12316

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Alright, so I have nothing in the way of code besides:

#include <Servo.h>

But I do have a better picture

The bottom row on the left is GND
The bottom row on the right is 5V
The top two are connecting a servo (doesn’t matter which one) to input 2
The middlish two are connecting the other servo to input 5
the green wired below that are connecting the signal on my KY-018 to A2

My intention is to make this automatically shiny hunt Pokemon as a hobby project.

Draw a schematic showing everything.

Powering two servos with the Arduino is not recommended as you may be drawing too much current.

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Do not power ANY servos or motors with Arduino 5V output. You will damage or destroy it.
Use a separate power supply for the servos (like a 4xAA battery pack) and connect the grounds.