And that's it

Well, my schedule changed and I didn't get as much development time as I had hoped, but I think I've accomplished something. Unfortunately the game is not winnable, but it should at least provide a neat example of using pysdl2-cffi (which exists as a result of my participation in the last pyweek). Until next time!

By the way, the source code repository is at

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Hey, you're supposed to supply your source code with your final entry. Still, thank you for posting it here, as well - I was getting a bit frustrated figuring out how to get everything to work.
Hey, I'd really like to try your game, but pip never works reliably for me. I'm on Ubuntu. I always get really arcane (to me) error messages. It's like worse than installing things manually.

If you feel like helping me out (it would probably help me install some other dependencies too), please take a look at: - thanks!

@Cosmologicon: maybe you should try:
$ sudo apt-get install libffi6
$ sudo apt-get install libsdl2-2.0
$ sudo apt-get install libsdl2-image-2.0
$ sudo apt-get install libsdl2-ttf-2.0
$ sudo pip install -e .
Worked for me!

@dholth: I don't know if you noticed already, but you forgot to include you resources directory in your final submission.
I had to get them from your bitbucket repository.