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#Actualweeska

Posted 11 January 2013 - 01:47 AM

What you have to ask yourself is, why you want suggestions when you already used pygame?

Are you just unsure if it fits your needs? Then we'd need more information to give you advices.

Do you "just" want to learn a new library? Then pick one and see if you get along with it. If you do, fine, if not, try to see what might be the reason. The first two libraries that come to my mind are sfml and sdl which have bindings for python and others as well.

This way you'll sooner or later have some knowledge about the libraries available, and can make decisions that fit your needs ;)

Another point to think about is if you "just" want to see the game implemented to actually play it, or if you want to improve your programming skills.

#2weeska

Posted 11 January 2013 - 01:47 AM

What you have to ask yourself is, why you want suggestions when you already used pygame?

Are you just unsure if it fits your needs? Then we'd need more information to give you advices.

Do you "just" want to learn a new library? Then pick one and see if you get along with it. If you do, fine, if not, try to see what might be the reason. The first two libraries that come to my mind are sfml and sdl which have bindings for python and others as well.

This way you'll sooner or later have some knowledge about the libraries available, and can make decisions that fit your needs ;)

Another point to think about is if you "just" want to see the game implemented to actually play it, or if you want to improve your programming skills.

#1weeska

Posted 11 January 2013 - 01:44 AM

What you have to ask yourself is, why you want suggestions when you already used pygame?

 

Are you just unsure if it fits your needs? Then we'd need more information to give you advices.

 

Do you "just" want to learn a new library? Then pick one and see if you get along with it. If you do, fine, if not, try to see what might be the reason. The first two libraries that come to my mind are sfml and sdl which have bindings for python and others as well.

 

This way you'll sooner or later have some knowledge about the libraries available, and can make decisions that fit your needs ;)


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