Convert Scratch 3.0 Game to Python Game – Part 1

In the previous post, I introduced a simple game: Catch Butterfly. It uses Python Pygame framework to create a 2D interactive game. You might have noticed that using Pygame seems not an easy task. However, if you get familiar with Pygame structure and functions, even more complicated game is not a problem. In this post, …

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Use Python Pygame to Create Game

Students who learned Python for the first time might notice the difference between Scratch and Python. They could write with Python’s built-in functions and deal with the interaction with end user only through the print() and input() functions. Sometimes, it is a bit boring since no any graphical interface is included. Some might ask if …

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