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version 0.5 on Feb 27th, 2012

Description

The easypg package provides modules to make using Pygame easier, particularly for those learning to program.

Currently, it consists of a module defining some standard colour tuples, a module to simplify the drawing of lines, shapes and text, a module to support font handling, two modules to support the use of sprites and a general utilities module providing various tools such as a Window class with a built-in display loop.

See the module docstrings for more information.

Requirements

  • Python 3 or newer to use the package, 3.2 or newer to run all the example code
  • Pygame, compiled for Python 3

Acknowledgements

Some of this code is inspired by examples in the book Game Programming - The L Line by Andy Harris (Wiley, 2007).

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Last updated Feb 27th, 2012

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