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Posted 14 September 2012 - 10:52 AM
PS, I've searched around the internet for a while for a decent simple sprite tutorial and collision only to find either super advanced tutorials or ones that aren't finished.
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Posted 14 September 2012 - 10:23 PM
Instead of pygame, I use pslab, which is a small media library that I designed specifically for the series (although, it could be used to make a variety of different games).
... I'm not claiming it's better than pygame (in terms of features, it's definitely not), but pslab does feature a very small/simple API, which should be much easier for beginners to understand and use.
So, if you're interested, you could give that a try.
I just felt like it skipped many of the basic pygame sections is all.
It's very likely that you missed out on some very important information, which would explain why you're stuck.
That, or maybe it's a design flaw in the tutorial, but you can only say that for sure if you don't skip anything.
Small and simple Python 3.x media library: pslab