Duo is a Crazy Eight card game (think Uno) written in Python, translated in many languages. PLEASE NOTE THAT DUO DEVELOPMENT NOW OCCURS ON LAUNCHPAD AND THIS PAGE ONLY EXISTS FOR HISTORY REFERENCE.

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  • While compiling this game, I get the error; ImportError: cannot import name ui and in the description it says it cannot work with python 2.3, while I have python 3 on my computer. I am now looking for Duo for windows because that worked with wine, although windowed. Goodluck to the developper that makes it working.

  • Nice work ! Great project.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese (Simplified), Dutch, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, End Users/Desktop, Other Audience

User Interface

Tk

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2004-08-14