Want to control your CircuitPython game with your PyGamer's Joystick? Click buttons on the display using the buttons on your PyGamer/PyBadge?

We've created a Cursor module for CircuitPython. This module provides an interactive mouse cursor to add to your game or interface.

In this guide, you'll learn how to add a cursor to your CircuitPython device's display and control it with your PyBadge or PyGamer.

Then, we added cursor support to the Python Choose your Own Adventure gaming framework (PYOA) so you can play choose-your-own-adventure games on your PyBadge/PyGamer.

Parts

Any of the Adafruit Open-Source gaming platforms will work with this guide:

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Materials

1 x USB Cable
USB Cable - USB A to Micro-B
1 x USB Cable
USB Cable - USB A to micro-B, purple, 2m long

This guide was first published on Jul 01, 2019. It was last updated on Jul 01, 2019.

This page (Overview) was last updated on Jan 15, 2021.

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