When I saw the micro:bit board for the first time, I thought it was a lower tier board that did not really have any true value. This was due to the limitation of its main peripheral, the LED array. However, I was playing Minecraft one day and I had to use the game's compass item to get home. Upon looking closer at the item in my hot bar, I realized the arrow did not have much variation much like the micro:bit would if given the right programming. Given more thought, the same arrows used for the compass could be used in more applications like electronic game spinners or even gps.