Changeset 3:41761fcd7386 for README.txt


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Aug 30, 2009, 12:17:15 PM (11 years ago)
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Simon Cross <hodgestar@…>
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    1 Your Game Title
    2 ===============
     1Operation Fox Assault
     2=====================
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    4 Entry in PyWeek #4  <http://www.pyweek.org/4/>
    5 Team: YOUR TEAM NAME (leave the "Team: bit")
    6 Members: YOUR TEAM MEMBERS (leave the "Members: bit")
     4Entry in PyWeek #9  <http://www.pyweek.org/9/>
     5Team: Rinkhals
     6Members: Adrianna Pinska, Jeremy Thurgood, Neil Muller, Simon Cross
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     8A first PyWeek entry by the hackers of the Cape Town Python Users Group
     9(CTPUG). The theme is for PyWeek 9 is "Feather".
    810
    911DEPENDENCIES:
    1012
    11 You might need to install some of these before running the game:
     13You will need to install these before running the game:
    1214
    13   Python:     http://www.python.org/
    14   PyGame:     http://www.pygame.org/
    15   PyOpenGL:   http://pyopengl.sf.net/
     15  Python:                   http://www.python.org/
     16  PyGame:                   http://www.pygame.org/
     17  Python Game Utilities:    http://code.google.com/p/pgu
    1618
    1719
     
    2931HOW TO PLAY THE GAME:
    3032
    31 Move the cursor around the screen with the mouse.
    32 
    33 Press the left mouse button to fire the ducks.
     33Save the chickens from the foxes.
    3434
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    3737LICENSE:
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    39 This game skellington is placed in the Public Domain.
     39GNU Public License, version 2 or later. See COPYING.
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     43LINKS:
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     45- http://www.python.org.za/pugs/cape-town/Pyweek9Entry
     46- IRC: #ctpug on Atrum (http://www.atrum.org)
     47
     48- http://www.pyweek.org/9/
     49- IRC: #pyweek on FreeNode
     50- http://search.twitter.com/search?q=pyweek
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