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 Horst Jens
Hi, my name is Horst JENS, living in Vienna, Austria. I teach children how to program open source games (mostly using python / pygame):
My own python game b ...
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Mira shows in this video a improved version (adventure2.py) of her graphical adventure game (a spooky house). The game is made using python and easygui .
Instead of the predecessor, this version of the game uses a data structure consisting of several python directorys, representing each room in the spooky house and the possible actions of the player in each room.
The code is easy to maintain and expand.
In the video, Mira finally succumbs to the proposals of her bored sister Teresa to kill herself (virtually).
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