The “Save the Panda” Award


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Grimfang (Little_Drop)
The Adventure of the little drop

This is the story of little raindrop spirits on their journey to reforest a wood in the aftermath of a big fire blaze. It's your task to guide him through the forest, collect and plant seeds and see the forest regrow. Some plants can even be used as bridges to other areas of the forest. Throughout your way, you will meat other droplings, make sure to listen what they say as some might even help you on your journey. Finally, in the end, you might even get the chance to see the forests spirit himself.

This game was made using the Panda3D game engine

System Requirements:
Minimum:
CPU 1.66 GHz dual core
Memory 80 MB free RAM
Hard drive 120 MB free disk space
Screen size 800x600 px
Graphics hardware OpenGL 1.4 capable graphic card
Sound hardware OpenAL capable audio
Peripherials Mouse, Keyboard
Recommended:
CPU 2.4 GHz dual core
Memory 80 MB free RAM
Hard drive 120 MB free disk space
Screen size 1920x1080 px
Graphics hardware OpenGL 3.0 capable graphic card
Sound hardware OpenAL capable audio
Peripherials Mouse, Keyboard

How to run p3d files:
Install the Panda3D runtime
After installing, either double click the LittleDrop.p3d file or run the following command from the terminal:
panda3d LittleDrop.p3d

Requirements to run from source:
Python 2.7
Panda3D SDK 1.9.1

Source: https://github.com/grimfang/pyweek21
amras0000 (AD1204-HomeDec)
Constantinople is sacked by the joint armies of the Latin Empire and Venice. A rogue trader smells profit in the seemingly unending pillaging of the mighty city. But first, he must get there.

A simple 13th century trade ship sim. It's my first pyweek entry, and my first time working with panda3d. Tried lots of new things and failed at a lot of them. Ultimately this is what came out.
Because I've got no idea how panda's supposed to actually work, there's a few major outstanding issues that I never had a chance to fix.

HOW TO RUN: grab the panda3d runtime from http://panda3d.org/get and run it with the .p3d file as an argument.

Because I'm an awful panda programmer, to exit you have to first hit escape to unlock the mouse (mouse1 re-locks it), then kill the process from your cli. Sorry about that.

Contact Amras0000 on Freenode's #pyweek if you have issues.

KNOWN ISSUES:
one of the audio clips cuts out for a few seconds every so often.
On Windows, mouse doesn't lock to the window properly. Just maximize the window and decrease your mouse sensitivity/move it slower if you get issues.