What is Zubi Flyer?

Where do I order?

What do I need to use Zubi Flyer?

What are the glasses for?

What ages?

Can adults play Zubi Flyer games too?

What exactly is in each Zubi Flyer kit?

Why does my board flash random lights during startup?

How to I clear a game or exit back to main game menu on my Zubi Flyer?

How do I connect online?


I got an error installing Arduino from the FuzePlay GitHub link.


What is integer overflow?

How do I calculate time for delays within games?

Why won't my light pattern loop more than 32,767?

Where is the Error Sequence in the Factory Default code?

How are light colors determined for Name That Tune?

Why do Unicorn Sparkle and Fiesta Grande light patterns have a specific RGB colors but the other patterns don't?

Can I max out the brightness value of the LEDs?

How do I control the color of my RGB LEDs?

I changed the 'const int' variable in Newbie Zubie, why doesn't my game doesn't work?

What does 'ms' stand for?

What does 'DURATION' effect if changed in the code?

Why does Mood Light sometimes DIM faster than the time DURATION I set?

What are the default RGB values being used in Zubi Flyer code?


What is an I/O port?

What does RGB mean?

What is a magnetic reed switch?

What is a button switch?

What is a converter?

What is a microcontroller?

What is a PCB?

What is a photocell?

What is binary?

Error: Arduino does not recognize my board (for macs)!

Tech Specs

Code Zubi Flyer

Fuze Install Kit

Zubi Flyer Pin Assignments

In The Box 

Built-In Features

Electronics Parts

Microcontroller Specs 

The Zubi Flyer is the bomb dot com for makers: 5 PWM pins, 12 DIOs as well as hardware serial connections Rx and Tx. Running at 16MHz and 5V. The onboard switch-mode boost regulator is designed to operate on 3 Volts.  Power can be supplied from a 3 Volt CR123A battery or from a USB cable that provides regulated +5 Volts DC to the board. Do not run any power exceeding 5 Volts as the regulator cannot handle step-down voltage.

System Requirements

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