AVR TV Tennis
The circuit described here employs just a single microcontroller to put the classic MahPong video game (a.k.a. TV Tennis) on the TV screen. Guaranteed 1970’s nostalgia!In this day and age of gigahertz PCs with massiveamounts of user memory, only extremely extensive games using all the latest 3-D video effects and ditto sounds appear to satisfy the younger generation. If such a game runs too slow, well that simply means your PC is sluggish (again) and needs to be replaced a.s.a.p. only to discover adverts telling you that the machine you’ve just unpacked from the box is… outdated! Forever gone are days of the first home computers for which highly optimised software was written that pushed computing power to levels never dreamed of when these early machines were first sold.