mattrix wrote:Use Python + Pygame?
Pretty easy to get some sprites moving with key-presses and then work from there.
I received this answer on reddit. So im not sure if i still should.
pygame is bound to a software rendering library, and it quite slow on the rpi. You can mix in opengl es, but you will have to have a good understanding of it and pygame doesnt provide anything to make it easy, aside from image loading and managing an opengl drawing context. Pygame can handle input, sounds, and music decently enough."