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1Nine Tales
2==========
3
4Entry in PyWeek #12 <http://www.pyweek.org/12/>
5URL: http://pyweek.org/e/skaapsteker
6Team: Skaapsteker
7Members: Adrianna Pinska, Anna Malczyk, Jeremy Thurgood, Neil Muller,
8 Oliver Hambsch, Simon Cross, Stefano Rivera
9License: MIT, see LICENSE.txt
10
11Dependancies
12------------
13
14Python >= 2.6 (not Python 3)
15pygame >= 1.8
16
17Running the Game
18----------------
19
20On Windows or Mac OS X, locate the "run_game.pyw" file and double-click it.
21
22Othewise open a terminal / console and "cd" to the game directory and run:
23
24 python run_game.py
25
26
27How to Play the Game
28--------------------
29
30Use arrow keys and Enter to navigate menus.
31
32Use arrow keys to move the kitsune around the screen. X and Z are your fire
33buttons. Press Q or Escape to quit.
34
35
36Development notes
37-----------------
38
39Creating a source distribution with::
40
41 python setup.py sdist
42
43You may also generate Windows executables and OS X applications::
44
45 python setup.py py2exe
46 python setup.py py2app
47
48Upload files to PyWeek with::
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50 python pyweek_upload.py
51
52Upload to the Python Package Index with::
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54 python setup.py register
55 python setup.py sdist upload
56
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