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Project Platformer - 0.1

Alexander Kelly (alexandertnt)

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This is my first pygame, python, and indeed programming project. It is a platformer, which can be modified in a style similar to the "raw files" used by Dwarf Fortress. Currently, the source is not available, as I would like to get it to a more complete form first. All "Art" (except for the butcher sprite) has been created for me. I allow anyone to do with the "Art" as they see fit, barring usual restrictions (plagurism etc) and I would like to be credited for any used "Art" (though this isnt strictly necessary). Proper licence comming soon (GNU?). Please tell me if the archive does not work, as I have never actually released anything before. If it doesnt, and I cant get it to work in a binary form, I will probably just release the source. Homepage comming soon...

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Home Page: http://www.pygame.org/
Windows: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2N66H3MA

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Project Platformer - 0.1 - May 31, 2011

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June 5, 2011 11:05am - Alexander Kelly - nickname: (alexandertnt)
When I get time (in a few days) I will upload the source to GutHub, I have not actually released anything before, so I used megaupload. The concern is understandable, being megaupload. It is a game (well, tech demo, no actual game except some quickly made graphics and a few platforms.)
June 3, 2011 10:25pm - Gary Herreman - nickname: (mithrandir)
Using MegaUpload is probably not the best way to get downloads, especially when you release the source code, as it doesn't inspire much confidence in your code. (MegaUpload is known for viruses, scams, etc.) I'd suggest using GitHub or similar.

Also, I'm really unsure what this is exactly. Is it a game? a library? Your description implies it's a game, but there's no real way to run it. It seems to be just a bunch of classes and functions.

If you'd like to compile a binary for it, I'd recommend using py2exe and not .pyc files. :)
June 2, 2011 7:33am - Alexander Kelly - nickname: (alexandertnt)
It was built with Python 2.7.1. How would I build it to work with more versions?
June 1, 2011 7:42pm - J. D. Bartlett - nickname: (talljosh)
*.pyc files only work for the particular release of Python they were built with. Your release doesn't work with Python 2.6. What version of Python is it built with?
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