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1Your Game Title
2===============
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4Entry in PyWeek #17  <http://www.pyweek.org/17/>
5URL: http://pyweek.org/e/nagslang
6Team: Cape Viper (leave the "Team: bit")
7Members: YOUR TEAM MEMBERS (leave the "Members: bit")
8License: see LICENSE.txt
9
10Requirements
11============
12
13The game requires pygame and pymunk.
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15It was developed using python 2.7, pymunk 4.0 and pygame 1.9.2. Older
16versions may or may not work.
17
18The editor also requires Albow 2.2.0
19  (from http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/greg.ewing/python/Albow/)
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21
22Running the Game
23----------------
24
25On Windows or Mac OS X, locate the "run_game.pyw" file and double-click it.
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27Othewise open a terminal / console and "cd" to the game directory and run:
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29  python run_game.py
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31
32How to Play the Game
33--------------------
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36
37Move the cursor around the screen with the mouse.
38
39Press the left mouse button to fire the ducks.
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42Development notes
43-----------------
44
45Creating a source distribution with::
46
47   python setup.py sdist
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49You may also generate Windows executables and OS X applications::
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51   python setup.py py2exe
52   python setup.py py2app
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54Upload files to PyWeek with::
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56   python pyweek_upload.py
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58Upload to the Python Package Index with::
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60   python setup.py register
61   python setup.py sdist upload
62
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