The “The "Module Hunter" award for not listing the dependencies” Award


Presented by rdb to:

Apart (Tee)
A short puzzle-story about a man, lost.

Important: There is a "bug" in one of the puzzles. The puzzle involving the lighthouse has an unintended solution that makes sense but does not work. If you think you have the right idea but it's not working, try something different. Sorry about that.

Post-Pyweek note: This game has a number of minor issues (including puzzle design issues) and I plan to create a fixed version. Progress may be slow but I expect it to be done before the end of the year. It will be posted here once it's finished.
Gaston the Castaway Gator (Monsterreporter1)
you need pygame zero to play. press space to begin. use arrow keys to move around. press a to punch. this is my first time competing in pyweek and i hope u enjoy my game ∑:)
Space Savior (Baby Unicorp)
May or may not be a team of multiple living forms, guess it depends again on teammate trustability, once again.

By the way, still learning but at least with more knowledge this time.
L0ST_!N_CYBER$PACE (OrionDark7)

A tower defense game where you have to keep yourself alive trapped in cyberspace.


Backstory:

In the year 2021, There was a freak accident at the hadron collider research facility In Bern, Switzerland. Millions of dollars of research equipment were vaporized, along with several tragic deaths. In the following months, a series of odd and disturbing events at the facility caused ripples of alarm through NATO security group. Security experts believed at first that Russian internet forces had hacked into the system, causing the damage.

High level facility personnel began receiving emails over secure channels. Many using the credentials of the workers who were killed. Suspecting a malware attack cyber security experts began deploying electronic countermeasures, including a series of anti-virus packets.

The emails continued to arrive, with cryptic and impossible messages. Slowly a small group of individuals began to believe that their fallen colleagues were not dead. They were lost... lost in cyberspace.