S.Miles is a bijou Pygame. In this vignette we meet Samantha Miles. Her journey is unclear, her destination is undefined, but her motivation is unrelenting. During her passage, Smiles, as she is known to her friends, is confronted by many strangers. Smiles accepts the task of helping those she meets and these strangers soon become friends. Smile…
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Overview:

S.Miles is a bijou Pygame created in the first weeks of a 16 week, full-stack development course at DigitalCrafts in Atlanta.
In this vignette we meet Samantha Miles. Her journey is unclear, her destination is undefined, but her motivation is unrelenting. During her passage, Smiles, as she is known to her friends, is confronted by many strangers. Smiles accepts the task of helping those she meets and these strangers soon become friends. Smiles's actions, however selfless they appear, result in dangerous consequences and ultimately our hero Smiles must confess to her greatest fear -- her own limitations.

Github Link:

S.Miles

Technologies used:

  • Python
  • Pygame

Code snippets:

Screenshots:

Start Screen, Hero, Strangers and Background

Start Screen

Start Screen

Hero

Hero

Strangers

Strangers

Background

Background

Bullets

Smiles prefers conflict resolution. Here are some of her methods

Cupcake

Cupcake

Doughnut

Doughnut

Cookie

Cookie

Icecream

Icecream

Denouement

Happy Strangers

Happy Strangers

Happy Background

Background

Melancholy Hero

Hero

Project History:

9/19/2017 - Project Start

Project status - incomplete [See Project Difficulties] 

Project Difficulties:

The completion of this project has taken a backseat to a myriad of other projects of equal or (most often) greater importance. I am currently working out bugs with my monster class and researching how to implement a list for my bullet class. I have yet to add a Start and End screen and I am considering imbuing the game with a musical motif.
I have already threatened to bug Hayes with pygame questions and he reluctantly agreed. It is likely I will ask Rob or Tamby for assistance because they are wise ninjas and I am just a mortal plebeian who has been looking at the same pygame docs for weeks to no avail.

Lots to do. SEND COFFEE!