pygame, and the result was a simple alphabet/number game that plopped letters and numbers on the screen (very similar to AlphaBaby, but not nearly as good!). Unfortunately, I never continued to develop that one.I've always thought it would be fun to build video games, and when my daughters were born, I knew I would eventually want to build some simple games that they could enjoy while they're young. My original attempt at this lead me to
Since my oldest daughter (who is now 5) has recently discovered GCompris, I thought I'd give the game-writing another chance. This has resulted in dodger, which is also my first attempt at using pyglet. I know it can't compete with GCompris, but hopefully my daughter will like it.
I've released it under a CC license, so feel free to grab a copy, play it, use it, learn from it or whatever... Enjoy.
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