Name: [17666] Kenny X
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Pygame tutorial - Installation [ID:1780] (1/3)

in series: Using Pygame for Games

video tutorial by Kenny X, added 01/10

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In this tutorial screencast you will learn how to install pygame on Linux, Mac, and Windows. I explain what you can find on http://pygame.org/download.shtml and how to find out if pygame wasn't installed correctly.

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7. Mathuba Dlamini Wed, 08 Sep 2010 10:16

Very informative, but am still to try it and see if it work with the Komodo IDE as I really struggled.


Very nice


nice Instruction ^^, still it makes me feel really old.. ^^


Good overall tutorial, you gave all the right information and didn't give any unnessissary details. However I would recommend going through what you are going to say ahead of time and perhaps even using notes to read off of, you seemed to stumble through the lesson a bit. Again the lesson was for the most part well done and you seem to know your stuff, the presentation could just use some polish though. thanks for your efforts


Good stuff! I've had a lot of fun with PyGame in the past and it's great to see someone doing some up to date tutorials. Comprehensive, well-paced. Nice screencast all round. Really look forward to the others.


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