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Mutable World Demo for Gummworld2 v0.4.4 and above


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Mutable World Demo for Gummworld2 v0.4.4 and above

This moderately complex demo serves two purposes:

  1. Exercise the new BasicMapRender with an arbitrarily large map of small tiles (16x16 px).
  2. Demonstrate an integration of Gummworld2 and gw2_skeleton with some legitimate game logic that most would be familiar with, namely Minecraft and Terraria.

Links

Home Page
http://code.google.com/p/gummworld2/
Source
http://code.google.com/p/gummworld2/

Releases

Gummcraft 1.0 — 31 Aug, 2013

Gummcraft 1.2 — 19 Dec, 2013

Pygame.org account Comments

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    kaliber64 2013-10-04 03:36:37

    This is really cool!

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    stopmotionheavn 2013-12-27 06:44:33

    Dude I love what you have done but I noticed that (in screenshot) your FPS is very high.
    You might notice your computers CPU usage go through the roof while running a simple 2D game.
    To cure this simply either say pygame.clock.tick(fps) where fps is usually 60.
    You can also add a time.sleep(0.05) which will make the game stop and wait once per tick to let your computer run smoothly. Just place one of these just after the games while while 1 loop
    Again, love your project, good work!

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    Benji 2014-04-09 19:35:48

    What's the best way to get the FPS in pygame?

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    wcb98 2014-04-19 18:38:58

    anywhere from 30-60 fps is good