Below is a collection of useful documents related to the Mignonette.
Schematic: mignonette_v1.0-prelim.pdf (schematic)
Note: the schematic has R2 as 100 ohms. It should be 10 ohms.
Board Layout: mignonette_v1.0-pcb750.png (image) and the Eagle files are here.
Bill of Materials (BOM): mignonette_v1.0-easy-bom.txt (text file)
Detailed assembly instructions are here.
Source for Munch (with Mignonette Game Library): munch+test-v0.59.zip (source files, zipped)
Note: older version: munch-src-v0.54-080524.zip (source files, zipped)
Munch, a game loosely based on Pacman: munch-v0.54.zip (hex file, zipped)
4. Contributed Games
A number of people have written their own games for the Mignonette.
Tri2s by Jegge:
tri2s-0.06.tar.gz (source files, tar archive, gzip) NEW!
Working out of Germany,
Jegge has skillfully adapted a classic game (take a guess) for the Mignonette.
Highly recommended! Now, updated with version 0.06!
Attack by Chris Brookfield:
attack-game-v1.0.zip (source files, zipped)
Chris has done a great job on this one! And at age 13, it’s good thing there is no
minimum age requirement for game programming. (beware, this game is particularly addicting!!)
Note: you will need a programming dongle to download these games into the Mignonette.
Chris is part of Evil Mad Scientist Labs (http://www.evilmadscientist.com).
(c) 2014 Mignonette Game Project (mignonette-game.com)