On pages 46-52 there's an article by Liam Fraser about creating a simple Pong game using Python + Pygame on the Raspberry Pi. Unfortunately I'm finding it impossible to follow because the code is all over the place. Portions of it are in included in sentences inside the article text, other parts are broken out in little green boxes on the sides.
[ Some of the code listed is enclosed in brackets which shouldn't be there at all ], and then in the middle of that code listing they might throw some more code surrounded by a box ("Figure 4"). One page has code listings in no less than 4 different font sizes, some on a white background, some on light blue, some on white surrounded by green.
What in the hell. I thought I was going to sit down, relax, and enjoy typing in some code from a magazine old-school style. I'd rather enter 5 pages of straight machine code on a Commodore 64 from one of those old magazines -- without even having a floppy or tape drive to save it on -- than go through this again.
Fortunately I remembered the magazine came with a disc and the code is included. Looking at it now, I can see I would never have managed to enter it correctly by following the article. I haven't bothered trying it yet as I have a headache now.