Tag: games

Minecraft in 500 lines of Python with Pyglet

Sep 01, 2013

A short walkthrough of some of the code from an impressive 500 line Python game – a simple version of Minecraft, using the Pyglet 3D library. Links to resources for Pyglet and Python gaming … Show more A short walkthrough of some of the code from an impressive 500 line Python game – a simple version of Minecraft, using the Pyglet 3D library. Links to resources for Pyglet and Python gaming generally. Statistics Views Total Views 40,516 Views on SlideShare 40,244 Embed Views 272 Actions Likes 27 Downloads 82 3 Embeds 272 http://cyberoot.org 243 https://twitter.com 25 https://cyberoot.org 4 Accessibility Categories Usage Rights © All Rights Reserved Report content Show less

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Minecraft in 500 lines of Python with Pyglet

How to Make a Game Like Candy Crush with Swift Tutorial

Learn to make a tasty match-3 game in the new Swift language A little while back, I wrote an Objective-C tutorial about how to make a game like the Candy Crush Saga, which is a very popular casual match-3 game. But I thought it would be great to make a Swift version as well, hence this post! In this Swift tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a game like Candy Crush named Cookie Crunch Adventure. Yum, that sounds even better than candy! In the process of going through this tutorial, you’ll get some excellent practice with Swift techniques such as enums, generics, subscripting, closures, and extensions. You’ll also learn a lot about game architecture and best practices. This is Part One of a…

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