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    LD 60 Minutes

    Posted by
    June 8th, 2008 4:49 pm

    OK so I made a game in 60 minutes. Its uber easy and uber short. Beat Frogger as Galaga! Use the arrows to move and space to shoot.

    Download (Python Source Code — 48 KB)
    Download (Windows EXE — 3.1 MB)

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    5 Responses to “LD 60 Minutes”

    1. Detox says:

      Hey pymike, that was fast! I think I was actually paying attention in IRC when you started working on this. I’ve got to get into Python. I’ve been reading through decent intro PDF on Python. It looks like I’ll be able to refactor and make use of a lot of my low-level C stuff from within Python, which makes me very happy.

      What would you recommend as a good place to start? I’m looking for fast-paced intro docs and especially example code.

    2. pymike says:

      http://docs.python.org/ is a good Python reference

      http://pygame.org/ is an SDL wrapper for Python (I use it for all my Python games)

      I’m sorry, but I don’t know of a good tutorial for Python since I learned Python by examples only ;)

      I have a few PyGame examples on http://pymike.aftermatheffect.com/demos/ there’s also some good PyGame examples on the PyGame download page.

      HTH :)

    3. pymike says:

      Detox: I replied but I guess it has to be moderated since it has like 3-4 links in it :(

    4. pymike says:

      there we go :)

    5. yatsek says:

      Hi there.

      Do you mind sharing this code again? Old links doens’t work

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