If you choose a stupid entry name there is no way to change it. Except to delete it and start a new one.
I'm hoping to make a digital board game type game - it all depends on the theme and how it inspires me.
A game with Dinosaurs in it.
This game will have bugs in it
I love Kenney's graphics library, PyGameZero and Mu. Let's see what I can do with them :D
- ✓Book leave for the week
- ✓Set up entry page
- ✓Figure out how to package up a game + test that that part works (maybe make the demo above available as a test?)
- Work out screen capture and recording software for updates. (Livestream development?)
- Simple agile/scrum-like workflow (one morning / afternoon / evening = 1 sprint?)
- Look at themes from last couple of competitions + workshop them?
I haven't written Python in years, I've been doing a lot of C (because it's fun). But I'll try Python again to see what I can get done when I don't care about twiddling bits. (I'll probably still twiddle bits)
Not sure if I can make it this time around.
Got school to cover.
Been nearly ten years since I last entered. I don't do much python, and I'm only older and slower now, but will be interesting to see how I can juggle work, home, and this contest. I'm hoping to be able to use other people's libraries this time (so long as there's not too much to them), or at least to try and not reinvent stuff myself.
Several time Pyweek entrant and CPython core developer, teaming up again for Pyweek 26
SMADEV (of Super Magic Adventure) and GBMDEV (of Gebruikerman) join forces as team Momojo
Trying to do this one.
Maybe not. Depends if I have time.
Let's try something this year with Mu and Pygame Zero
I'm still thinking about it!
Well, premature to describe a game I don't even have an idea for.
solo entry, will try to do something interesting
I say, I say, I say.... What do you get when you cross a software developer and an author?
I don't know, what do you get when you cross a software developer and an author?
An entry for PyWeek! B'dum tish.
More fun with PyGameZero and Mu on the cards... setting low expectations via the medium of rotten jokes.
Currently waiting for inspiration... Come back soon.
This is my first entry to PyWeek, and my first game written in Python.
I'm here to have fun and explore new game ideas!
Temporary name for the future challenge in october
This'll be my third PyWeek. Going alone this time.
I make games in my free time :D.
I'm not sure if I'll get the chance to make a sub-par 'game' like I did a few years back. If you're lucky I'll be too busy!
First time entering pyWeek challenge. Going to use PygameZero, Mu Editor. Going to work with my students on this challenge.
It's been ages since I did a PyWeek. I'm looking forward to having another crack at it, using maybe pygame zero? Not sure...