We created a randomly generated scrolling world. The objective is to collect coins and explore.
A vitual gaming experience during Covid lockdown where the game responds to your own own actions and accordingly performs it in the virtual screen.
Break down your wall of awful with encouraging and helpful tips!
This is a scrolling jumping side to side pygame
Cyberpunk tabletop RPG/board game/text adventure/robotics experiment.
A design idea for a device to detect water leakages through sound correlations
A game to help the future generation learn about recycling.
This classic game will bring you back to your childhood days. Play by yourself and try to beat your record or go head-to-head against a friend in the multiplayer mode.
An interactive math game to help young minds pick up basic math.
pygame-joystick-test is a small Python program that uses pygame to visualize the joystick/gamepad state (axes, trackballs, hats and buttons).
Intelligent water monitoring system. Measures parameters of its surrounding environment, collects samples of the pollutants, and performs data analytics in the cloud to produce valuable information
This project is a CTF-like game that involves several hyperlinks, deciphering, and a fun mini-game built with Python, HTML, and CSS.
When I was young, I found this game, and didn't understand it. Years later I found it again, and I played it for hours without realizing it.Yesterday, I stayed up all night and built it.
An unique music/rhythm game that I came up with for no good reason.
Autonomous bot for Asteroid arcade game
Lo and behold! You shall train your working memory under the servitude of the great Sphynx Cats!
Uses a mathematical algorithm to randomly distribute points and generate the map of an island
Zelda/Gauntlet Clone built with PyGame. Made in under a day by team "I Have No Preference Nor Idea" for Hack-112.
This rollercoaster needs help getting through the course. It's easy -- just scream! Utilizes kinematics principles.
spase ship game
A fun Christmas game written in Python using Pygame. It's like Pin the Tail on the Donkey, except with Rudolf's nose.
This is not a game. You are given one useless button. Have fun.
Use ML techniques instead of traditional Ad-Hoc Mesh protocols to deliver a low power self constructing network.