2016 January 27
This is my first experience with game programming, and also my first time working with the Python Pyglet package. I got to say I feel so much accomplishment even though it’s just a dumb, simple, ghetto game that could be done within 100 lines of codes. It really amazes me how things could get done so easily these days.
I was in the San Francisco Python Meetup Group and joined Simeon’s Pyglet tutorial session, which really gave me a blast. In his tutorial, he showed some fundamental building blocks for Pyglet game programming like showing images on window, how to do animation, listening to keyboard or mouse event, and so on. After half an hour diving into the tutorial, suddenly he said, “are you ready to make a game now?”