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pyBlocks

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A simple blocks game made with python and pygame. Licensed under GPLv3. Used python 2.6.4 and pygame 1.9.1 for development. Tested on Linux and Win XP.

Update 2013: I'm sorry that the development for this game stopped. I tried to render everything with OpenGL and as expected, found myself in the middle of a multitude of problems relating to it. The blocks look a lot cooler in 3d though, so I hope I'll manage to resume studying what went wrong and eventually fix it. If I had a Windows machine to do development on, I might try to rewrite everything in Unity, but until they make a Linux dev platform, I think I'll remain with pygame and pyOpenGL.

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Features

  • A game of falling blocks, three or more of the same color in a row will destroy them.
  • Supports custom tilesets, see instructions in the blocks.cfg file. Three tilesets included in the release package.

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    A nice deal! I'll try it out.

    Posted 04/14/2010
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Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2010-04-13

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