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Kaotic Hegemony

Kaotic Hegemony - v 0.03

Sean J McKiernan (mekire)



Kaotic Hegemony is a 2-dimensional space 1 vs 1 fighting game.


Based on a particular game from the early 90's that I enjoyed immensely when I was young. I have tested and confirmed that it runs on Python 2.7 and 3.x in a Windows7 environment as well as in Python 2.7 on Linux Mint. Still in the very early stages of development.


  • Player One:
    • Movement: Arrow-Keys
    • Primary: P-Key
    • Secondary: O-Key (not implemented)
  • Player Two:
    • Movement: WASD
    • Primary: Spacebar
    • Secondary: Left Shift (not implemented)
  • Global:
    • Show FPS : F5
    • Hard Quit : Escape


Multiple ship types. Planets with gravity. Asteroids. An endless list of other elements.


The basic mechanics of movement in the environment are functional; not much else (and by not much I mean nothing else)


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Kaotic Hegemony - 0.06 - Nov 13, 2012
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Kaotic Hegemony - v 0.03 - Oct 16, 2012 account Comments

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October 16, 2012 11:54pm - Sean J McKiernan - nickname: (mekire)
"Star Control" would be the "Game from the 90's" that I was referring to :P. This will eventually be a pseudo-clone of that game (but hopefully I will also find a way to make it feel unique). You can of course build a Star Control clone of your own, but as that is the project that I am aiming at, I would rather you adapt the ideas from my code rather than just cut and paste it verbatim, changing the art. On the other hand, if you are an experienced pixel artist I could probably use some assistance in that regard.
October 16, 2012 11:36pm - Francisco Rivera - nickname: (franr) - 3/5
Really nice. There was a game for Sega called "Star Control" with the same movement and camera system. I was looking for something like this to make a remake of that game. May I use your project for this? Or, even, help you on this one? hehe :)

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