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Sinister Ducks ============== A small game, with quacking. Code and issues: http://github.com/tartley/sinister-ducks Playable downloads: https://github.com/tartley/sinister-ducks/releases Screenshots, at various stages of development: http://github.com/tartley/sinister-ducks/tree/master/docs/screenshots PyWeek competition page: http://www.pyweek.org/e/BrokenSpell/ On Windows: Download the windows executable version, and double-click 'SinisterDucks.exe'. On Mac or Linux: Install each of the dependancies listed below. Download the Sinister Ducks source tarfile, untar it. Then from a terminal, cd to the game directory and type: python -O SinisterDucks.py A configuration file, config.ini, can be used to affect the game, particularly useful to work around problems with sound. See comments within that file. Dependencies Python 2.6: May work with 2.7, but will not work with 3.x. http://python.org/download/releases/2.6.2/ pyglet 1.1.4: http://pyglet.org/download.html AVBin: This is included with pyglet Windows (.msi) and Mac (.dmg) binary installers, but if you installed pyglet from source (.tar.gz or .zip, or easy_install) then you'll need to get AVBin separately from here: http://code.google.com/p/avbin/downloads/list How to play the game Z to flap. Left and Right to steer. Attack the sinister ducks by colliding with them. Whichever bird is highest will win the fight - the loser will shed a feather and plummet from the sky. Collecting feathers boosts your multiplier. More points are awarded for consecutively hitting other birds without collecting any feathers. Use M to toggle the music. Press Esc to exit. Credits Entry in PyWeek #9 <http://www.pyweek.org/9/> Team: Broken Spell Members: Christian Muirhead, xtian Glenn Jones, millenniumhand Jonathan Hartley, tartley Menno Smits, mjs0 Thanks to Chris De Leon for selfless advice and mentorship during the post-competition bugfix and polish phase. Intellectual monopolies This whole work is published under the Creative Commons: Attribution - Noncommercial - Share Alike license, as detailed here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ With the exception of the components listed below, which are licensed as specified by their respective owners. This program uses and redistributes Python, under the terms of its open source license: http://www.python.org/psf/license/ This program requires and redistributes the library pyglet, which is licensed under the new BSD open source license, details of which are here: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php The music is 'We Are All On Drugs', a cover of a Weezer track, performed by Rabato, published on 'Weezer - The 8-bit album': http://www.ptesquad.com/more/pte018.html This is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons: Attribution - Noncommercial - No derivative works license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ This game was originally based upon PyWeek Skellington code, licenced under the new BSD: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php