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BolloBOLLO A TOY FOR THE CREATIVE MIND WITH A LOT OF SPARE TIME BOLLO is a 3D building toy with digital balls. It is about as useful as a box of Lego, but it is great fun to play with. You plug steel balls together to construct anything you can imagine. Bollo uses the pyggel opengl libraries which are included with the game. WARNING: This toy is very addictive.
PyGL3DisplayPyGL3Display is a high performance, OpenGL, 2D sprite library for Python/Pygame with a simple API not too dissimilar to Pygames. It requires slightly more recent hardware than other libraries, but it is "breaks the Pygame FPS counter" fast*.
Bricks Knock OffThat's simple casual game I made. It bases on Blosics 2 flash game. Everything works, but I need to make more levels (currently there are 3 levels), brick types and ball types. Enjoy.
PuPU - Puffi's Pygame UtilityPuPU is a (very) small "framework" for programming games using the Python language. It uses Pygame for most tasks and PyOpenGL for rendering. Its aimed mainly for new programmers who want to try out graphics/game programming.
pyglutpyglut an pyopengl utilities module with severals 3D programming helper classes and functions utilities.This module implement low-levels forms generating, utils, datatypes and predefine 3D objects.
BASIC-RoBotsBASIC-RoBots is a real-time strategy game about programming robots to colonize a planet.
cube-huntercube hunter: is an shoot-them-all game in an cube mesh funny to play performed with pyopengl.
The MazeThe Maze is an first-person indie horror game. Find all eight keys, which are scattered around an dark labyrinth.
gltut for python
Tutorial examples from the online book "Learning Modern 3d Graphics Programming," written by Jason L. McKesson, converted into python.