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Learn About Electronics and Programming with this Retro Game Console

This DIY console has much to teach you and your kids.

Do you wish you could teach your kids about electronics and programming in a fun and easy way? What if we told you there was a fun and educational game that could do just that?

Nibble is an educational tool that comes in the shape of a retro game console, tricking those who use it to learn while having endless fun. If it sounds familiar, it's because it is. 

Nibble is actually a new and improved version of the ever-popular ever-educational toy MAKERbuino. Nibble comes with a build guide that makes assembling the DIY console a breeze.

Nibble also comes preloaded with 4 retro games inspired by cult classics: Bonk, Invaderz, Snake, and SpaceRocks. However, if these games don't tickle your fancy, there is no need to worry.

Nibble offers you the option to code your own games in CircuitBlocks code editor. It's similar to Scratch or Code.org, options that teach beginners exactly how to get into embedded programming.

Worried about accessing the software? Worry not! Nibble’s software is fully open-source while the console’s hardware’s schematics and bill of materials are also available online.

Make sure you and your kids master electronics and programming by playing this fun educational game now for only $79.95. 

Prices are subject to change.

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