To start the game, the first player should hit a single button. Your opponent repeats the button press, adds a second button, and then passes it back. Alternatively, if you don’t have a soldering iron or you don’t want to solder, you can use straight pin headers.
Continue by mimicking the pattern and adding a new button for each round. Just hold the connector in the holes while programming the device. This means that each hole has a cylinder of metal that connects to the pad.
One is triggered by holding down the Lower-Right button when it turns on, the other is triggered by holding down the Upper-Right button.
If you’re curious, check out Pete’s tutorial and tinker around with the Simon.
It has 4 buttons, 4 LEDs, a buzzer, and access to 6 additional I/O pins.
Now you’re ready to start reprogramming your Simon.
A while back, we created a tutorial around tweaking the Simon Says board- https://
If you wish to have multiple Wireless Battle Simons you will need to configure and pair the XBees individually.