PyWeek - Path of the Rabit - feedback

Fun Prod Inno Disq N/W Comments
1 1 1 yes

The archive didn't contain python code, just the windows executable and various things to go
with that.

1 1 1 yes yes

Where's the source?

2 3 2

Why did you need Chipmunk for this...? It is not just unnecessary, but makes it harder to move
things around. The graphics are sweet.

3 3 3

I got so close to getting him to the end!!! Nooooo!!! :) Nice work.

3 3 3

A bit short.

1 1 1 yes

Chipmunk error on linux mint 13

1 2 2

I am on Linux. I had to run it through wine. And I am not sure it gave me full experience. Anyway,
next time You should give us sources (I think rules requires sources -- not just executable).
And I think I should disqualify You, but I can decompile some of pyc to py, so I will leave it at
that. And no README.txt -- which is bad too.

1 1 1 yes

Failed to provide anything that looked like source code.

3 3 4

Overall nice game. It took me a few attempts to get the rabbit to the goal, so challenge was good.
Sound effects would have been good to have.

1 1 1 yes

Did not run on target platform. No source, no README, no licensing info.

1 1 1 yes

It's not obvious what is required to run your game from source and there is no readme. Please
follow the packaging guidelines next time.

1 1 1 yes

Looks like this was Windows only

2 2 2 yes

I managed to make this run using wine. However, this entry is disqualified because no source
code was provided.

3 3 4

Neat idea, probably needed some more levels to present a challenge.

1 1 1 yes

I'm on Ubuntu and I can't figure out how to run your game. I don't see any source code, and the
rules say you need to submit the source.

3 2 4

The concept of puzzles by indirect control is nice and original. But it could use some sound,
better instructions on how to run in (honestly I wasn't expecting to run a .exe file on linux,
especially since I had to set execution permissions before), and source? where is it?

2 4 4

nice graphic and concept but the game is not enough long to be fun.

2 2 3

Although I recognize this game was primarily created as a learning experience for you, having
a few levels and perhaps some music or sound would have been really nice. I quite like the
indirect control mechanic, and it could have been fleshed out into a pretty interesting game
as opposed to the simplistic single-level game seen here.