A Pygame port of a simple open-source point&click adventure game. Search for treasures in an enchanted house.
Thirsty Nellan is a Python/Pygame adaptation of a public domain game Thirsty Nellan. I wrote it for the purpose of learning Python and Pygame. The original game by Geoffrey M. Draper can be found at http://draperg.cis.byuh.edu/programming/nellan .
The player helps Tux the penguin to find 4 lost treasures in an enchanted house.
Tested with Python 2.7.3 and Pygame 1.9.1.
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Guest 2013-01-02 21:35
This is a very nice, small, cute game. It has a nice feel to it, and it feels quite polished.
statements can be converted to print functions (i.e.
"print("something")"), so that they are compatible with other versions
-You might find it helpful to break up the program into smaller Python files for the sake of clarity and organization.
a minor bug on winning. There should be a sys.exit() call after
pygame.quit() on line 127. Otherwise, when the game quits, there won't
be a video system to draw with.