2048 is an open-source game console.
2048 comes as an all-inclusive do-it-yourself kit that allows users to build their game console and to create their own video games whilst learning about coding.
The name 2048 refers to the special display that is used for this game console.
The display is made of 2048 individual LED chips that are placed in a matrix form. The brightness, range of colours and 64 x 32 resolution provides a very attractive platform for users to create their own retro-style video games.
Creoqode 2048 is compatible with Windows, Mac OS and Linux, and can be programmed with the Arduino Software (IDE) and Processing (IDE).
Users will easily adapt to 2048 regardless of their level of experience. Both new learners and experienced programmers will start creating their own first video game in just a couple of hours. Tutorials and booklets are provided through Qode Share to make users' experience smoother and more fun.
2048 is a great way for beginners to learn about programming algorithms and game development.
2048 is a great opportunity for users to improve their hardware skills without the need for any additional tools for assembly. Booklets and video tutorials are provided to guide users through the whole assembly process and to help new beginners with coding in order to make them experience a smoother start.
Creoqode also encourages users to find new ways to customise their 2048 by adding new sensors and electronic gadgets. Extensive knowledge about electronic devices will be gained in an enjoyable way.