There's a few implementations of the classic "Pong" video game, however we haven't seen one as true to the original as the example by Instructables member harty123. They've hacked a miniature arcade cabinet into an Arduino-based gaming console by using an inexpensive graphic LCD and a barebones Arduino-compatible circuit. Furthermore the existing game controls can be used which results with a miniature rendition of a cabinet - as shown in the following video:
Recreating this isn't that difficult, and full details can be found in the project Instructable page. And for more, we're on facebook, twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
If you're wanting to make your own Arduino Uno-compatible projects without the usual board, you'll need an ATmega328P MCUs with Arduino Uno bootloader:
This is the same Atmel AVR ATmega328P microcontroller used in the official Arduino Uno, as well as our Eleven, EtherTen, USBDroid, and other boards. Perfect for building your own Arduino-compatible project directly on a breadboard or on a custom PCB, or for replacing the MCU in an existing board. Comes with the Arduino Uno bootloader pre-installed. Better still, it even has a special label stuck on top with details of the pinout, so you don't even need to look up the datasheet when connecting it up in your project! For more information and to order, click here!