[Edu-sig] Pygame, gameMaker etc.

Kirby Urner urnerk at qwest.net
Sun Mar 13 18:43:46 CET 2005

> To me the "game" is in getting the computer to respond to one's
> instructions, and that directing the end product to be in particular a
> "game" in any normal sense of the word is unnecessarily limiting, and -
> IMO - not as generally appealing to beginners as seems to be assumed.

Perhaps the solution is to get "game" to mean anything/everything, when we
need it to.

Wittgenstein:  language games (anything we do with language)
Bucky Fuller:  world game (anything we do on Earth)

That's a good start, i.e. you're in good company here.


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