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installing pygame on python3.x * date 2012-11-27 07:22 * author Horst JENS * tags code * slug 20121127_installing-pygame-on-python3-x nice useful blogposting (using Linux):
pycrawl on hold * date 2012-09-07 08:38 * author Horst JENS * tags ThePythonGameBook * slug 20120907_pycrawl-on-hold The pycrawl project (part of ThePythonGameBook project) is on hold for now, as i will not find much time for it for the rest of this month. Things may hopefully change next month.
itemdemo * date 2012-08-25 07:35 * author Horst JENS * tags code, ThePythonGameBook * slug 20120825_itemdemo The pycrawl_itemdemo.py ( part of my ThePythonGameBook project ) is finally working. I re-wrote my complete class structure and i will have to apply those changes to the previous walkdemo and monsterdemo some time in the future.
pycrawl_itemdemo not done yet * date 2012-08-20 07:02 * author Horst JENS * tags code, ThePythonGameBook * slug 20120820_pycrawl_itemdemo_not_yet just a short update: I work on pycrawl_itemdemo but it is not done yet. While the demo is working in parts ( you can correctly inspect stashes of many items, you can pick up items etc. ) i keep rewriting it over and over because i have not yet found a good architecture for all my classes. Partly, because i'm never sure what kind of features …
pycrawl_monsterdemo * date 2012-08-14 18:32 * author Horst JENS * tags code, ThePythonGameBook * slug 20120814_pycrawl_monsterdemo On my work for an python rogue-like game pycrawl ( part of my ThePythonGameBook project ) i managed to create another workable demo:
pycrawl_walkdemo * date 2012-08-13 20:22 * author Horst JENS * tags ThePythonGameBook * category english * slug 20120813_pycrawl_walkdemo progress at the pycrawl project (pycrawl is part of my ThePythonGameBook project): the little ( ugly ) pycrawl_walkdemo.py works fine now. The player ( an @ ) can be moved around and he does
pycrawl * date 2012-08-12 18:23 * author Horst JENS * tags code, game, ThePythonGameBook * slug 20120812_pycrawl I finally found some time to code on my ThePythonGameBook project. Due to my obsession with the game Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup, i decided to make my own dungeon crawler:
The sound of bitcoins * date 2012-07-02 17:44 * author Horst JENS * tags ThePythonGameBook * slug 20120702_the-sound-of-bitcoins I heard a terrible sound from my mobile phone last night and initially feared that my mobile phone may be broken. Instead it's my favorite sound effect now:
beard * date 2012-06-17 19:23 * author Horst JENS * tags code * slug 20120617_beard Here it is, the final answer why some programming languages become popular: It's the beard ! Note: Guido van Rossum, inventer of python, has of course a beard:
ludum dare game jam keynote * date 2012-04-20 07:01 * author Horst JENS * tags code, contest * slug 20120420_ludum-dare-game-jam-keynote Ludum dare game jam is starting this weekend. Check out the keynote (a nice flash video) here:
most liked programming language * date 2012-03-28 16:52 * author Horst JENS * tags code * slug 20120328_most-liked-programming-language according to this graph, python is the most liked programming language of hackers: [graph of most liked programming languages]I found this graph in the
teaching game programming * date 2012-03-06 08:03 * author Horst JENS * tags teaching, code * slug 20120306_teaching-game-programming Al Sweigart, author of “Invent Your own computer games with Python”, wrote a nice blog entry about the difficulty of teaching programming (to kids):
Khan Academy * date 2012-03-02 20:08 * author Horst JENS * tags learning, education, code * slug 20120302_khan-academy Wow, i found out that the famous Khan Academy website has a (hopefully growing) section of python video tutorials: * So far i found no
Gorillas * date 2012-01-16 19:46 * author Horst JENS * tags code, game, learning * slug 20120116_gorillas Found a nice website ( ) with a very nice review of a old dos game written in Qbasic: Gorillas You can read the original blogpost here: `
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