Add to that list of already installed games penguinspuzzle. To run it, type penguinspuzzle<enter> or pen<tab><enter> at a command line / terminal prompt & enjoy that 3D graphic puzzle.DougieLawson wrote:Raspbian comes with some games already installed: scratch (which could be considered a toy programming language), minecraft (an ancient 2012 version of the blocky building game) and some simple python games.
If you want the games to serve as a stepping stone to programming, choose games with publicly readable source code. There are quite a few such games available. The simpler the better as it takes less effort to think up ways to improve them. Maybe bumprace is a start.wildfire wrote:As I posted in another thread I'm buying my friends 10 year old daughter a Pi3B for Christmas, she's not into electronics or programming at the moment (that'll come later) but she does enjoy playing games on her Android tablet. The plan is to bring all the bits and bobs up and supervise while she puts it together, as well as a simple electronic project (traffic lights), However I think for the time being she'd be happier playing games.
The Pi will be using a 32Gb card (possibly 64) so space shouldn't be an issue, Natalie does like puzzle games so I'm looking for Ideas what to install so she can enjoy the Pi straight away.
Any Ideas, think of a 10 year old girl whose kinda a tomboy.