lol some of my friends know that kidStateside wrote:Python Game Example :
Python game written by Leon Zhang an undergraduate student at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Polygon vs. Polygons (Python game - Term project) [completed Fall 2011]
The game includes 20 levels, 8 distinct enemy types (including a final boss), power-ups, and a locally saved high-score system
The game executable and source code can both be downloaded from here :
When playing around with pygame on the Raspberry Pi I have found that the Raspbian repository has a package python-pygame but that it is compatible with python2.x not 3.x Your book looks interesting but I am wondering if the pygame examples are going to work on the Raspberry Pi running Raspbian?Stateside wrote:Computer Science With Python and Pygame 2nd edition
Dr. Paul Vincent Craven
Originally posted by by bobba_dwj » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:46 am
Heading : This is an excellent book on Python
by professorcraven » Mon Apr 02, 2012 1:51 pm
Thanks for the mention of my book. The second non-PDF link has the most recent copy. I'll be retiring the PDF link this summer. The on-line version has videos, code animations, and quizzes.
I hope to expand it a lot over the next year. If you like it, send me an e-mail. I like to attach the e-mails when I apply for grants.
The raspberry pi computer would be a good base for a cheap computer to teach students programming.