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Playing Snake on an LED Keyboard: QWOBRA

by Lambert Varias
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Hacker Jeroen Domburg recently bought a LED-backlit computer keyboard, specifically the Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid-I. When Jeroen showed off his new keyboard to his coworkers, one of them joked that he could play the classic mobile game Snake on it. Challenge accepted.

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Fortunately, the keyboard had its own processor and enough memory and RAM for Jeroen’s game. Jeroen then hacked into the keyboard’s firmware and voila:

Slither to Jeroen’s website SpritesMods for more on his hack.

[via SlashGear]

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