PyWeek - MEEG - feedback

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2 3 2

Nice demo! Congrats on making it this far -- Platformers are a doozy (as I discovered last pyweek!).

1 3 3

Couldn't figure it out

2 2 3

Couldn't find any exit to level 1. It let me walk over the top of the map though.

1 1 1 yes

File "/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/", line 564, in items
ConfigParser.NoSectionError: No section: '-16777216'
Mac 10.6.8 Python 2.6 Pygame 1.9.2

2 2 3

indeed unfinished as stated in the readme

3 2 2

Promising start to a platformer, but needed more gameplay.

3 3 3

nice game, i like stickman ;)

2 2 2

Somewhat incomplete.

1 1 3

I think I know where you were headed with this. Nice try. Don't let the scores discourage you. Hope you plan to do more with this. :)

3 2 3

Sadly this is a unfinished game.

1 1 5 yes

Don't do this:
self.array = pygame.surfarray.array2d(pygame.image.load(self.conf.get("meta", "blockdata")))
self.tempdata = [[block.Block(dict(self.conf.items(str(x))), self) for x in y] for y in self.array]
ConfigParser.NoSectionError: No section: '-16777216'

2 2 2

Obviously unfinished.

2 2 2

It has potential!

2 2 1


1 2 4

I like these abilities. The plant-growing one especially was kind of cool. Obviously I would have liked more levels and challenges. I didn't run into any collision bugs, but I couldn't figure out whether it was possible to beat the level. I went off the top-right of the screen and I couldn't get back down.

2 1 3

Rather incomplete :/

2 2 3

This has possibilities. I like the idea of growing plants and then jumping on them.

3 2 3

good game but unfinished

2 1 3

I had far more fun learning about PNGs and color-correction than I did playing the fragment of game that has been implemented here.

Some things I learned while making this game work on my system: surfarray provides different numbers depending on whether you're using numpy or numeric. PNG files include all sorts of colour adjustment parameters that change the RGB values depending on the system. RGB values aren't necessarily stored in the same order in the surfarray value on different systems. Stripping colour adjustment data from PNG files is possible, but requires a certain amount of knowing-what-you're-doing.

In short, if you're going to use pixels in images to determine level layout, stay away from PNGs.

2 2 3

This could have been interesting with more data.

2 2 2

Little Game.

2 2 3

keep going

1 1 2

i couldnt do anything