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The Raspberry Pi and Python Game Physics

This project tests the RPi-2 as a host for a script-based game (physics) engine.


Jim Miller
(jimmillergac)
The following link takes you to my page on the Raspberry Pi 2. There I test the RPi-2 as a host for Python game (physics) engines. You will find installation instructions based around a bash script that builds and installs pgu, podsixnet, and pybox2d. There's a 10 minute video of the Python scripts running on the RPi-2. The main script contains two physics-engine demo games: Puck Popper and Jello Madness.

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Home Page
http://pet.timetocode.org/raspberrypi.html

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