Control a green pixel while battling enemies, lava, and force fields. Can you make it through all nine levels?
These one-dimensional dungeon crawlers run on an Arduino, and have a custom controller—or wobbler—made of a spring that moves your pixel along, and an LED strip. The wobbler provides tactile feedback and lets you bend the spring to move forward or backward, and fling it to attack. The sound effects are controlled by the acceleration of the wobbler.
About the Artist
Robin Baumgarten is an interactive artist and experimental game developer based in Berlin. Coming from an AI and commercial game development background, he is now building interactive installation artworks and award-winning experimental custom controller games such as Line Wobbler—which has been featured in over 30 exhibitions around the world—and Wobble Garden. His work has been featured internationally and he’s won several awards.