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  1. Fla5hbang

    [iio Engine] A new HTML5 App Framework

    I just started playing with iio today, so far I'm loving it!
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    Looking for a easy to use game engine

      thanks i was looking for something like this!
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    python browser games

    yea python is my main language. i checked it out and it looks pretty darn close to python heck it looks better than python! im gonna take your advice and brush up on my javascript just in case(i only know the basics) right now im trying to wrap my head around basically starting from scratch. i love python but javascript has everything i want and more so i think coffeescript is the best bet.    thanks for helping me out with all this
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    python browser games

    I think I'm gonna mess around with Gamejs(its very similar to pygame) and coffeescript. I found this online and coffeescript looks like it could save me a lot of trouble. Iv been messing around with it all night http://qpatterns.wordpress.com/2012/11/13/try-coffeescript-the-python-way/
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    python browser games

    i recently finished a game for the blood in the water themed mini ludum dare that i made in pygame. unfortunately pygame is annoying to make exe with so now im not even sure if im gonna upload my game. but that got me thinking is there anyway to upload pygame games to browsers? iv heard about iron python and pyjs which translate python code to java allowing you to make web games and there's another thing called web2py for web dev. .i was planning on just relearnig htm5 and learning some java but now l im thinking about just learning about pyjs or should i go with ironpython instead? does anyone have any advice or info on the subject.
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    stubborn code

    ok i kinda figured out the problem. i decided to add the meteorites to the all_sprites_list< ill use the space_rocks group for collision instead. its spawning more rocks but when its set to spawn 10 it only spawn like 5 >_< but when i set rock_number to rock number = 5 * 2 and tell it to spawn the number in rock_number it will then spawn 5 rocks or what ever number i set the multiplied number by. And collision isn't working for the meteorites when I shoot them usually one will disapear and the others aren't affected
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    stubborn code

        # IMPORT------------------------------------------   import pygame, sys, random from pygame.locals import*   pygame.init()     # DISPLAY---------------------------------------- screen = pygame.display.set_mode([500,700])   WHITE = (255,255,255) BLUE  = (  0,  0,255)       #ENTITIES------------------------------------------ class backg(pygame.sprite.Sprite):     def __init__(self):         pygame.sprite.Sprite.__init__(self)         self.image = pygame.image.load('stars.jpg')         self.image = self.image.convert()         self.rect = self.image.get_rect()         self.dy = 5         self.reset()       def update(self):         self.rect.bottom += self.dy         if self.rect.top >= 0:             self.reset()       def reset(self):         self.rect.bottom = screen.get_height()   #-------------------------------------------------- #this is the metorite rock_speed = 3 class Rock(pygame.sprite.Sprite):     def __init__(self):         pygame.sprite.Sprite.__init__(self)         self.image = pygame.image.load('roid01.png')         self.image.set_colorkey(WHITE)                  self.rect = self.image.get_rect()       def reset_pos(self):         self.rect.x = random.randrange(0,700)         self.rect.y = 0       def update(self):         self.rect.y += rock_speed           if self.rect.y > 600:             self.reset_pos()                 # ACTION------------------------------------------           # A - ASSIGN VALUES TO KEY VARIABLES----------------   Stars = backg() star_list = [] #------------------------------------------ for i in range(100):     x = random.randrange(0,500)     y = random.randrange(-100,400)     star_list.append([x,y])      #------------------------------------------------ #this is the metorite rock_number = 5 for i in range(rock_number):     srock = Rock()     srock.rect.x = random.randrange(10,475)     srock.rect.y = -100       space_rocks = pygame.sprite.Group(srock)     #--------------------------------------------------------------   all_sprites_list = pygame.sprite.Group(Stars)     clock = pygame.time.Clock()          # L - SET UP MAIN GAME LOOP------------------------------- done = False       while done == False:          for event in pygame.event.get():         if event.type == pygame.QUIT:             done = True                # draw background scrolling-------------------------------     all_sprites_list.draw(screen)               # draw scrolling stars     for i in range(len(star_list)):         pygame.draw.circle(screen,WHITE,star_list,2)         star_list[1] += 15           if star_list[1] > 700:             y = random.randrange(-50,300)             star_list[1] = y               x = random.randrange(0,500)             star_list[0] = x                              # T - TIMER TO SET FRAME RATE------------------------     clock.tick(40)         # E - EVENT HANDLEING       space_rocks.draw(screen)              # R - REFRESH DISPLAY---------------------------------     space_rocks.update()     all_sprites_list.update()       pygame.display.flip()      pygame.quit()
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    stubborn code

    Oh ok sure
  9. Fla5hbang

    stubborn code

    today i decided to do a simple shooter game so i could practice scrolling backgrounds but for some reason code that i use on a regular basis isn't working! my plan was to have the player shoot at/avoid  meteorites unfortunately my code to spawn multiple meteorites is only spawning a single one.iv spent hours trying to fix it.  i event opens a new page and typed up the code for that event but nothing seems to work. iv used similar code for my frogger clone and similar games. can someone please help? im sure its a noob mistake
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    Trigonometry

      thanks!
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    Trigonometry

    ok i went back to the pymunk site printed out the examples,read through the library and yanked out the highlighters! i figured out how to rotate and walk the little circle around! heres my code (sorry if im not supposed to post code here) #player move # I - IMPORT--------------------------------------- import sys import pygame from pygame.locals import * from pygame.color import * import pymunk from pymunk.vec2d import Vec2d from pymunk.pygame_util import draw_space, from_pygame # D - DISPLAY CONFIGURATION----------------------------------- width, height = 690,600 screen = pygame.display.set_mode((width,height)) WHITE = (255,255,255) # E - ENTITIES ---------------------------------- space = pymunk.Space() #space is kinda like pygames surface # "player" PLAYER_body = pymunk.Body(pymunk.inf, pymunk.inf) PLAYER_shape = pymunk.Circle(PLAYER_body, 25) PLAYER_shape.sensor = True PLAYER_body.position = 100,100 space.add(PLAYER_shape) # A - ACTION (BROKEN INTO ALTER STEPS)--------------------------- # A - ASSIGN VALUES TO KEY VARIABLES------------------------ PLAYER_VELOCITY = 100. *2. PLAYER_body.position = 100,100 clock = pygame.time.Clock() def main(): pygame.init() running = True # L - SET UP MAIN GAME LOOP-------------------------------- while running: for event in pygame.event.get(): if event.type == QUIT: running = False keys = pygame.key.get_pressed() target_vx = 0 speed = 2.5 if (keys[K_UP]): PLAYER_body.position += Vec2d(0,1) * speed if (keys[K_DOWN]): PLAYER_body.position += Vec2d(0,-1) * speed if (keys[K_LEFT]): PLAYER_body.position += Vec2d(-1,0) * speed if (keys[K_RIGHT]): PLAYER_body.position += Vec2d(1,0) * speed if (keys[K_LEFT]): direction = -1 target_vx -= PLAYER_VELOCITY if (keys[K_RIGHT]): direction = 1 target_vx += PLAYER_VELOCITY if (keys[K_DOWN]): direction = -3 mouse_position = from_pygame( Vec2d(pygame.mouse.get_pos()), screen ) PLAYER_body.angle = (mouse_position - PLAYER_body.position).angle # T - TIMER TO SET FRAME RATE------------------------------- screen.fill(WHITE) fps = 40 clock.tick(fps) # E - EVENT HANDLEING-------------------------------------- draw_space(screen, space) # R - REFRESH DISPLAY--------------------------------------- pygame.display.flip() if __name__ == '__main__': sys.exit(main())
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    Trigonometry

    Looks like I'm working with vectors then
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    Trigonometry

    I found I pygame library called pymunk that's supposed to help out with physics and trig I downloaded it a checked out the examples that came with it, it looks really helpfull but doesnt explain much so I guess I'm gonna look more into pygames vectors
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    Trigonometry

    http://inventwithpython.com/blog/2012/07/18/using-trigonometry-to-animate-bounces-draw-clocks-and-point-cannons-at-a-target/#more-823 I found this online so I'm gonna read through it and play around with what I learn
  15. Fla5hbang

    Trigonometry

    Oh ok thanks you guys! I doesn't seem as confusing now
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