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Ezam!

Ezam! - 0.0.1

Johnny Pan (johnny)

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Ezam! is a maze, however in this maze you progress by crossing the lines rather than moving between them. The objective is to collect all the gems on the level. It’s based on Anti-maze from an old DOS/Mac game collection called Heaven & Earth. I’ve only made three mazes for this release, but mazes can be created by anyone willing to edit a complicated text file (see the bits.amz and amzreadme.txt files), and at some point in the future I hope to make a proper maze editor so that mazes can be created more easily.

There’s still a lot I want to do with this title, however I have other things to focus on at the moment, and I have no idea when another release will be coming. As such, I’m releasing this code as public domain. You can do with it whatever you please.

Links

Home Page: http://panshuokai.tumblr.com/post/21264296278/ezam-the-anti-maze
Source: http://johnnypan.com/software/ezam/ezam.zip

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Ezam! - 0.0.1 - Apr 18, 2012

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May 17, 2012 10:08pm - Zachariah Callaway - nickname: (xzcallaway)
A .deb package of Ezam is available for download at http://dotdeb.com/linktome.php?Ezam
April 22, 2012 10:15pm - Daniel Petri - nickname: (danielpetri1)
Thanks!
April 21, 2012 5:46pm - Johnny Pan - nickname: (johnny)
Thanks for your comment Daniel. Yes, that's the book from where I learned. I basically ran through all his examples in one week then put this together the next. I considered adding WASD controls, but I'm not sure if I'll need those keys for other shortcuts in the future. I'll debate that when/if I get to the next version.
April 20, 2012 10:14pm - Daniel Petri - nickname: (danielpetri1) - 4/5
Cool game! In future, please add a menu and make us be able to use WASD.

Looking at your code, I have a question - do you had/have "lessons" with Al Sweigart? I'm reading his Pygame book, and you code in a same way as him! O_O

Anymay, good job!
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