ThePythonGameBook is currently only written in those languages:
The Python Game Book is a free creative-commons licensed multilingual dokuwiki book written by Horst JENS (mostly) and friends. If you want to create and edit pages in this wiki, please write me an email so that i can create an account for you. Automatic account creation is currently deactivated because of spammers.
The Python Game Book aims to provide interested students and teachers a broad range of material to teach themselves how to write computer games using the language Python and other free/libre Open Source tools.
All content in this wiki is licensed under the creative-commons attribute share-alike license. That means that you can take any part of this book and use it for your own projects, as long as you:
If you can not fulfill those conditions but still want to use parts of this wiki / source code examples for your projects, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some Source code examples of this wiki are also hosted on Github:
After a more then 10-year long slumber, this wiki is now slowly re-created, starting with the Tic-Tac-Toe tutorial:
Click on the left item in this list to go to the wiki start paid of each tutorial:
|2013/07/09 07:55||Pygame About Pygame Pygame is a port of the SDL library and other tools for the programming language Python. Pygame is used mostly to create 2d-games with …||tutorial, advanced, 2d, graphic, sound|
|2020/05/15 22:59||TicTacToe This is a python3 tutorial about a very simple game: TicTacToe. Prerequisites * understanding the original TicTacToe Game * have python3 in…||summary site, python, tutorial|