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Wolfgang /project/989/ The Home Page link isn't there any longer - seems to be moved to here: 2017-04-23 13:49:38.087186
David Acevedo /project/1445/ could you provide me the download link? i'd like to play this game, seems very interesting. Thanks in advance. 2017-04-22 21:46:28.397802
Felipe Figueroa /project/3081/ Necesito que alguien me informe como debo hacer el path para que Python reconozca la existencia de Pygame y por supuesto los archivos o módulos SDL que se requieren para hacer programas. Gracias [email protected] 2017-04-21 10:52:20.623612
trey /project/3117/ fun 2017-04-20 21:13:19.490321
Daniel Pita /project/712/ Good 2017-04-20 12:57:13.192891
Greg M H /project/2976/ why on earth would you compare Trump to Hitler. Learn history, there is no comparison. 2017-04-20 02:41:47.747977
Cory Driver /project/3114/ It took me a long time to make this, so please enjoy. 2017-04-14 03:53:55.663191
Joshua Bloom /project/2830/ go to his bitbucket page, he explains it. its really simple. Just drop the exe file into your directory (where your game is) make a .bat file with some simple command like (pyg.exe then... you can launch your game typing the name of the .bat file into the command line or even make it clickable :) 2017-04-11 15:25:32.745365
Joshua Bloom /project/2830/ this is super awesome Radomir, thank you soo much. using this for a little project thanks a lot :) ! 2017-04-11 15:24:02.832121
mr /project/1390/ Thank you so much, I've been looking for a week for a decent python implementation of these curves that didn't use numpy or scipy. You are a star! 2017-04-03 11:02:38.280238
patrick mullen /project/1605/ Yeah I haven't worked on this (or in pygame) for a long time. If I recall, (and reading the above description) I did not explicitly choose udp or tcp, instead intending to write more of a game logic layer that could use whatever message passing interface you wanted to plug in. I think I was using one that was UDP. (You don't want to write high-speed multiplayer applications in TCP) Project is currently abandoned. 2017-03-31 19:12:36.296671
patrick mullen /project/1680/ I would love to see how you improved it! 2017-03-31 19:05:28.355461
Rene Dudfield /project/3011/ Have you tried the forgot password link? 2017-03-31 15:49:46.492078
mailmann006 /project/3011/ After the recent site update, every time I try to log into the site it says that no password has been set but I don't see a place to set my password. Any help would be appreciated, thanks. 2017-03-30 16:27:47.132015
Paul /project/3082/ Yes, this is Python 2.7 :D 2017-03-30 14:43:24.818705
Francisco J. Gómez /project/3082/ This is very nice... Is this Python 2.7? 2017-03-28 21:52:25.077170
PiLord P & B /project/3089/ Sorry, I changed my mind on releasing this game. Could someone tell me how to delete this? That's the reason I removed the file from the linked website. 2017-03-25 02:08:03.943958
PiLord P & B /project/3089/ april 2017-03-25 02:02:56.424709
Gabe /project/3088/ Hi. 2017-03-24 22:19:51.029995
skrell /project/3013/ I guess you forgot that evaluating "if textinput.update(events):" actually calls the function that implements your string. If you put textinput.update(events) elsewhere in your code it just does it twice. 2017-03-23 13:34:20.126855
Paul /project/3082/ That was intentional :D 2017-03-22 15:17:40.760617
Paul /project/3082/ Colors remind me of the classic Game Boy! 2017-03-22 03:37:59.153287
Henry D /project/3013/ Hey! does this allow for a text box to be blitted to the game display? i intend to use this as a user friendly input for a quiz, (non for profit of course) and was wondering if the text box can be blitted to a certain part of the screen(in my case the bottom middle of the game display) thanks in advance :) 2017-03-20 19:45:08.229355
Elias /project/3039/ thanks :) 2017-03-16 15:21:53.791766
Elias /project/3039/ idk 2017-03-16 15:21:30.087616
Testing mc test /project/112/ A test comment. 2017-03-13 16:12:30.087510
Diliup G /project/1693/ dead link! :( 2017-03-12 13:14:08.948138
Lars P /project/3005/ All true. I used Ubuntu and Python 2. Thanks for pointing this out. 2017-03-12 10:56:22.679495
Lars P /project/3005/ It took me about 2 days. The idea was to create a simple example of a mouse controlled game. Hopefully I will have time to do some more, like a card game which requires mouse dragging. 2017-03-12 10:55:24.633773
Иван Тимофеев /project/3026/ vvnnbb 2017-03-12 08:43:54.642150
xinmingzhang /project/1693/ The link given here is broken so this library is of no use to anyone. 2017-03-12 05:54:44.767725
Cătălin George Feștilă /project/1433/ Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 665, in main() File "", line 651, in main app.start() File "/home/mythcat/pmx-10a2/", line 584, in start self.update() File "", line 624, in update FGame.update(self) File "/home/mythcat/pmx-10a2/", line 600, in update self.screen.update() File "", line 453, in update self.render_map.blit(sprite.image,sprite.get_pos()) pygame.error: Surfaces must not be locked during blit 2017-03-11 19:29:10.248684
Rene Dudfield /project/596/ Looks like the website is at: 2017-03-10 12:03:03.185535
paveway3 /project/3005/

I probably should have done some research before my initial post... The division operator ( / ) does floor division with integers in Python 2 and does 'true division' in Python 3. The floor division operator ( // ) was added in Python 3 and Python 2.2+. Therefore, I presume that the author wrote this with 2.x where c = mouse_pos[0] / TILE_WIDTH would have returned an int and worked correctly.

2017-01-23 14:55:28
paveway3 /project/3005/

I had this problem too. Determined that it was a problem converting the mouse position to a tile position. I changed lines 118 and 119 from:
c = mouse_pos[0] / TILE_WIDTH
r = mouse_pos[1] / TILE_HEIGHT
c = mouse_pos[0] // TILE_WIDTH
r = mouse_pos[1] // TILE_HEIGHT
The division operator was returning a float, so c and r would not evaluate correctly in the following if statement. I assume it was working correctly for the author, so it may be a difference in implementation. I notice that the screenshot is from Ubuntu, (no way of knowing what version of Python). I am running Python 3.4 on Windows.

2017-01-23 14:26:57
Mailmann006 /project/3016/

To each their own I suppose.

2017-01-22 14:41:02
Eddie Bruggemann /project/3016/

Okay, I have change the <h1> tag into a <h2> tag and what
take so much space is my screenshot from a size of 800x613.
It's not wrong that my presentation takes too much place, but it's only because of the inserted screenshot.

I have insert this screenshot so that you can sea how is the game in run

because the thumb only show the presentation screen.
And the others can do the same I think.
I get others protestations counter my presentation I will remove the
screenshot, then the final user won't be able to sea how the game is in
run on the first look at it.

2017-01-22 13:09:40
Merritt Brenneman /project/816/

The code should be somewhere inside the program. Trying "Show Contents" or opening the file with a script editor. I haven't looked in a while, but I think that's the general way it works.

2017-01-22 05:07:29
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