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Ren'Py is a visual novel engine that helps you use words, images, and sounds to tell stories with the computer. These can be both visual novels and life simulation games. The easy to learn script language allows you to efficiently write large visual novels, while its Python scripting is enough for complex simulation games. Ren'Py is open source and free for commercial use. It supports Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Android. How do I get Ren'Py?
Tutorials From Ren'Py Visual Novel Engine Diese Seite in Deutsch The first tutorial you should read is the Quickstart manual, which teaches you how to make your first Ren'Py game. Quickstart Manual
News PySDL 0.8.0 released - Dec 31, 2013 PySDL2 is a wrapper around the SDL2 library and as such similar to the discontinued PySDL project. In contrast to PySDL, it has no licensing restrictions, nor does it rely on C code, but uses ctypes instead. Version 0.8.0 is a bugfix release, which provides the following changes: updated PD information to include the CC0 dedicationupdated sdl2 to include the latest changes of SDL2 (HG)fixed a wrong C mapping of sdl2.rwops.SDL_FreeRW()fixed various issues within the sdl2.ext.BitmapFont classsdl2.SDL_AudioSpec.callback is a SDL_AudioCallBack() nowthe SDL_Add/DelHintCallback() unittest works with PyPy nowsdl2.sdlmixer.SDL_MIXER_VERSION() returns the proper version now
termcolor ANSII Color formatting for output in terminal. import sys from termcolor import colored, cprint text = colored('Hello, World!', 'red', attrs=['reverse', 'blink']) print(text) cprint('Hello, World!'