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    http://www.fetgame.com/game/python-game-on-the-pi
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  2. sjbrown's Writing Games Tutorial By author » Shandy Brown.

    Please send comments / corrections via email to tutorial@ezide.com

    Last Update: March 2011

    What You Should Know
    This guide assumes a certain level of knowledge. If you find it confusing, either you should brush up on some of these concepts, or I should become a better writer. It kind of puts us into an arms race of laziness.

    Object Oriented Programming
    It is expected the reader is comfortable in an object oriented environment. All the important code is structured with classes.

    Design Patterns Design Patterns are a communication tool; they do not dictate design, they inform the reading of the code. This guide makes use of the Design Patterns "Model View Controller" (MVC), "Mediator", and "Lazy Proxy". Time won't be spent describing these patterns in detail, so if they sound foreign to you, I recommend checking out the book "Design Patterns" by Gamma et al. or just surfing the web for tutorials.
    http://ezide.com/games/writing-games.html
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  3. Games are one of the most applicative areas of programming. To write even the simplest games, you have to get into graphics, math, physics and even AI. It’s a great and fun way to practice programming. If you’re a fan of Python (and even if you aren’t) and are interested in games, Pygame is a great library for game programming, and you should definitely check it out. It runs on all major platforms, and provides simple tools to manage complex graphical worlds with movement and sounds. There are quite a lot of Pygame tutorials on the web, but most of them are basic. Even the Pygame book stays at an introductory level. In order to proceed to a higher level of mastery, I’ve decided to write a tutorial of my own, hoping that it will provide the next logical step for persons wanting to use Pygame. This tutorial explicitly encourages you to tinker with the code. It is also highly recommended to do the exercises in the end. These will greatly aid your understanding of the learned material.
    http://eli.thegreenplace.net/2008/12/...g-a-game-in-python-with-pygame-part-i
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    http://inventwithpython.com/pygame
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    http://programarcadegames.com
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    http://morepypy.blogspot.de/2013/12/pygame-cffi.html
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    https://learn.adafruit.com/pi-video-output-using-pygame/overview
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    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11608454/frame-buffer-module-of-python
    Schlagwörter: , , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2014-05-08)
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    http://pysdl2.readthedocs.org/en/latest/tutorial
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