Newbie Python (Game) Programming Question

Daniel Ellison daniel at syrinx.net
Mon Mar 22 16:27:43 CET 2004


"John Roth" <newsgroups at jhrothjr.com> wrote in message
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> "Tina" <bad_addy at no_domain.com> wrote in message
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> > Thanks to both of you. I'm very much a Python newbie and the ability to
> make
> > things callable wasn't addressed too well/at all in either of the Python
> > books I'm learning from.
> >
> > Are there any good pages for RPG related items in Python? Everything
I've
> > seen so far has been first-person shooter type stuff. And coming from a
> > BASIC background, I'm falling back on some of that coding style when I
> know
> > there's a better way.
>
> For general interactive fiction, see the rec.arts.int-fiction newsgroup
> and check out the periodic FAQ posting. There are two Python
> interactive fiction systems: PAWS (Python Adventure Writing System)
> and PUB (Python Universe Builder). Neither one is very popular, but they
> may give you some ideas.
>
> John Roth
> >

There's also MOOP (MUD, Object-Oriented, Pythonic) originally by the same
author as PUB, Joe Strout: http://moop.sourceforge.net/





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