Computerised board game wins Raspberry Pi Hack Day

The UK’s first Raspberry Pi Hack Day has been held, with the winner of “Best Overall Hack” being a virtual board game suitable for educational use within schools. The 24-hour bake-a-thon, hosted by CPC in Leeds, focused on programming solely using the credit card-sized Raspberry Pi, and the winning team – Spooks – developed a board game which encourages players to experiment with programming

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Computerised board game wins Raspberry Pi Hack Day

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