simple graphic adventure game with python and easygui, part 2 (English) [ID:1577] (2/2)

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

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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).

This video is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC SA license.

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Sourcecode and download: www.spielend-programmieren.at

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11. Terry Owen Thu, 10 Jun 2010 15:26

Cute game. Look forward to seeing how things progress.


some of the videos are great.


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7. anonymous Wed, 09 Dec 2009 13:55

The kid is very, VERY annoying. For the rest, good vid :-) I like to check other people's code to learn for myself ^^


6. anonymous Mon, 05 Oct 2009 16:37

I like the video, game-idea, and the way you laid out your code for the varoius room selections -- keep up the great work!


5. anonymous Sun, 23 Aug 2009 11:28

It's a good initiative to make this game, it is not boring at all. Develop yourself!


Great game. Too bad the pictures did not coincide with the actions in the text. Hopefully that is adventure3.py

You speak English really well although that shouldn't surprise me, in Europe most people speak 3 languages and more.

It'd have been useful to see the code explained.


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