Zanthor. Our pyweek2 game.

Zanthor is the game we made in one week as part of the pyweek2 competition. The idea of pyweek is to make a game in one week mostly from scratch.

You need python and pygame to run our game.

You can download it here:
http://www.madecollective.com/~rene/stuff/zanthor_source.zip

It works on Windows, Macs, linux, freebsd, and anywhere else python and pygame run. You can play with keyboard, mouse, or gamepad.


Here is a screenshot:



Please let me know if you like it, and of any cool ideas for it.

Comments

Luke Plant said…
I get this traceback when clicking 'Start'

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "main.py", line 204, in ?
main(no_intro)
File "main.py", line 154, in main
game.run(intro.Intro(game),screen)
File "/home/luke/download/zanthor_source/pgu/engine.py", line 104, in run
self.loop()
File "/home/luke/download/zanthor_source/pgu/engine.py", line 110, in loop
if self.fnc('init'): return
File "/home/luke/download/zanthor_source/pgu/engine.py", line 80, in fnc
else: r = f()
File "/home/luke/download/zanthor_source/menu.py", line 65, in init
self.last_end = self.game.elapsed_time + self.game.sm.sounds[sound_info.birds.cur()].get_length()
AttributeError: get_length
Luke Plant said…
OK, I had pygame 1.6. Upgraded to pygame 1.7 and it worked.

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