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How can I distribute a native executable for a Python program?

Lately all of my work has been in Python (and Ruby), and I'm in love with those two languages. There are many libraries for game development on Python but the problem I see is that many of those ...
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Panda3D documentation, manual, and tutorials for offline viewing?

Is there a way to get the Panda3D's manual and tutorials available for offline viewing? I'm going on a business trip and I will spend a good deal of time at the airports and on long flights. I'd love ...
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Will I have an easier time learning OpenGL in Pygame or Pyglet? (NeHe tutorials downloaded)

I'm looking between PyGame and Pyglet, Pyglet seems to be somewhat newer and more Pythony, but it's last release according to Wikipedia is January '10. PyGame seems to have more documentation, more ...
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What resources are available to read and share pyglet code?

I am a Python programmer (I know the ins and outs decently well), and I have dabbled with Pygame. I want to make 3D applications and games, and so naturally I've been looking at OpenGL. pyglet uses ...
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noSQL - Is it a valid option for web based game? [closed]

Out of an opportunity and boredom, a friend and I decided to make a web based game. This is the first 'game' I will be making, since usually I program web apps in django. I've opted to use the same ...
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Famous games written in Python [closed]

I've seen a couple of these, namely Java and C#/XNA...and I've recently been picking up Python. Which kind of made me think. What (famous) games have been written in Python, with ...
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Client-side login and password save

I'm wondering what would be the best way to store password and login in the client. Many people complain that they need to re-enter this every time they log in and they want me to make a way to save ...
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Writing Logic behind card games

I'm not a dev noob, but definitely never done anything in game dev. There is a trump based card game we play in town that I plan on coding. I'll be either using python/ajax/pyqt or c++/qt. My ...
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Alternative to pyGame? [closed]

i'm learning something about game programming from a book about "pyGame". pyGame is simple, but... python is a little complex and different from my previous knoweledge about programming. I know ...
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When learning, nothing is better than practice

A little introduction: I'm 25, and going to this private french school, CreaJeux, which begins in october. I will be learning mostly game programming, something I wanted to do a long time ago, since ...
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Creating a 2D skeleton animation system for use with Panda3D

Hey. I want to be able to create a system for 2D skeletal animation in my game. I'm using panda3d as my game engine. I'd like to be able to make simple bone structures and skin them with my sprites. I ...
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Help making a visual transition with pygame and NumPy

Perhaps this could be better answered on Stack Overflow, but I thought it would be worth posting here. Right now I'm trying to make visual transitions with pygame's surfarray module which uses NumPy. ...
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Game clock Synchronization in python

I am working on a network game project in python which we want to keep synchronized. I would assume we should use Network Time Protocol to cater for different levels of lag. That being the case, is ...