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PyGame-AniSprite

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PyGame-AniSprite offers animated sprites for Python (2 and 3)/PyGame. What's special about this project is how an AnimatedSprite is almost indistinguishable from a normal pygame.sprite.Sprite.

Written because I didn't like pyganim...

Split off from my Sappho game engine.

Be sure to checkout the AUTHORS.md!

I have documentation!

Design Philosophy

  1. Don't interfere with the way people build their pygame games
  2. We are not automating game logic
  3. PyGame-AniSprite modules may not import other PyGame-AniSprite modules
  4. Inherit from pygame objects when possible; use conventional pygame models/architecture.
  5. Consistency.
  6. Simplicity trumps all else.
  7. Well documented.
  8. Code is easy-to-test. We show that with our 100% test coverage.

For more check CONTRIBUTING.md.

Getting Started

Install pygame:

  • You can try pip install hg+http://bitbucket.org/pygame/pygame but it may not work...
  • Ubuntu, Python 2.7: sudo apt install python-pygame
  • FreeBSD, Python 2.7: sudo pkg install py27-game
  • OSX, Python 2.7: available in homebrew (note that there is a caveat in El Capitan [see: #63])
  • For any other operating system, or more details, see: http://www.pygame.org/download.shtml

Install pygame-anisprite: pip install -r requirements/main.txt .

If you wanna contribute, please read CONTRIBUTING.md!

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