[Novalug] 'game' developers out there?
dc.loco at gmail.com
Fri Apr 13 00:50:24 EDT 2007
Some of the Yorktown High School LUG folks are developing games with
PyGame, and would be interested... possibly as presenters even. To
see what two high school students did after knowing Python only a
month, have a look at:
Rather impressive. (Still under development so not nicely packaged yet.)
On 4/12/07, gregory pryzby <greg at pryzby.org> wrote:
> Thanks everyone...
> I think this might be an itneresting topic one month and I will
> invite the homeschool kids who are interested. We will get them Linux
> and developing games FOR linux.
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2007 at 04:07:08PM -0400, Jonathan Blocksom wrote:
> > PyGame is a great place to start, as is VPython. They're both very
> > easy to get up an running on. Squeak/etoys might be suitable too, I
> > don't have much experience with it though.
> > On 4/12/07, Dan Arico <dan_arico at aricosystems.com> wrote:
> > >On Thu April 12 2007 3:19 pm, gregory pryzby wrote:
> > >
> > >> I am on a homeschool list and a kid wants to develop games. i pointed
> > >> them to WAD modification as a good start. they flash and maybe java to
> > >> grab and modify before writing from scratch.
> > >>
> > >> writing a world game is not easy-- graphics and physics and story...
> > >> not easy at all
> > >
> > >Have you looked at the game module for python? I've played with it a bit.
> > >It's got a lot of usefull tools.
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