simple graphic adventure game with python and easygui, part 1 (English) [ID:1576] (1/2)

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video tutorial by Horst Jens and mira, added 08/09

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Mira shows the first version of her game (adventure1.py) in action, using pyghon , easygui and simple if-elif-else statements.

See the next video of this series where Mira shows an imporoved version of the program with a more elegant data-structure instead of the if-elif-else blocks.

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Sourcecode and download at www.spielend-programmieren.at

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Very interesting work. Bravo!


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9. anonymous Mon, 28 Sep 2009 11:46

I want something like this for an academic software, but I don't know so much, firsth I have to learn a little bit more


8. anonymous Wed, 26 Aug 2009 13:11

i'm a beginner, si i really cannot tell if this video is a good tutorial. It's good, though, that the words said by the author appear i writing because the sound does not come out clearly enough,

thank you.


7. anonymous Mon, 24 Aug 2009 20:44

It was very difficult to hear clearly. The subtitles are a nice touch, but I'd still like to hear your voice more clearly.


6. anonymous Mon, 24 Aug 2009 19:41

Nice girl! Nice video!


5. anonymous Sat, 15 Aug 2009 10:35

Thanks. I look forward to part two.


Mira - I love this video (and the next one)! That's a great little Python game with a very clear demonstration, very good job :-)

You can tell Horst that I saw the link via his Twitter account.

I have made a note of the link and may include it in my screencasting handbook, I like the relaxed approach you take whilst passing on lots of information.

Cheers,

Ian.


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