This codebase exists for folks looking to code their own rules for pinball machines powered by either the P-ROC or P3-ROC, available from pinballcontrollers.com. This framework is a fork of PyProcGame, a Python based pinball programming framework. Rather than traditional DMD hardware, it supports traditional PC display hardware (i.e., LCD) for high-resolution, full-color display via SDL2/OpenGL based hardware acceleration (PyProcGameHD) and tries to reduce the amount of code you have to write to create a new game with 'typical components' (via SkeletonGame).
The code, documentation, and this page itself are a work in progress. Please bear with me. Please report bugs, issues, problems, etc. Either use the GitHub issue tracker, or go to the thread on the PinballControllers forum, here.
Please see the Official PyProcGameHD/SkeletonGame website site for the all-in-one installer, programming help, and assorted documentation.
New components are Copyright (c) 2014-2015 Michael Ocean and Josh Kugler Content unchanged from PyProcGame remain Copyright (c) 2009-2011 Adam Preble and Gerry Stellenberg
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