Following are the code snippets from the session on PyGame I ran earlier today.
Don’t forget to stick with IDLE and Python 2.7 (unless you’ve updated your Pi) and check out these PyGame resources when you’re ready to move on to the next level.
PyGame is a HUGE framework so you may need some help finding your way round at first.
This post contains a range of resources and tutorials to get you started and comfortable enough with PyGame to start creating your own mega games!
Learning to code isn’t easy but the team at Codecademy have done their best to make it as simple as possible for you to get started.
All tracks are completed in the browser via a simple text entry console. In short, this is probably the best “getting started” programming resource online at the moment!
Wow it’s hard to believe that the Pi has already been out for a year. 12 months > 1 million units & 3 versions. Not bad for a £25 computer!
Time to blow out the candles and wish for an even more successful year 2!
(img src: Makezine)