Cornell Hockey
ECE 476 Final Project

Rives Borland
Ryan John
Brian Tarricone

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We are pleased to say that we have produced a fully-functional fully-playable two-player hockey game. The game works as expected, and we feel is quite enjoyable to play. The goalies operate using a rudimentary AI and have the ability to stop the puck (without player interaction), or the player can take control of the goalie while the other skater's AI takes over and goes after the puck.

We put together a smaller circuit board, containing only the elements we needed for the game, and made it possible to play using battery power. The board has its own enclosure and can be taken wherever one desires. The game can be played anywhere there is a TV!