Simple Sprite Routines for PyGamer/PyBadge #PyGamer #PyBadge #Gaming @technoblogy @Adafruit
Technoblogy describes three routines designed to make it easy to write games in C that use sprites on the Adafruit PyBadge and PyGamer boards. They allow you to plot erasable sprites, check sprites for collision, and move sprites on the screen while avoiding flicker.
These routines allow you to write simple games in just a few lines of C, so they’re ideal for beginners to learn programming. To demonstrate I’ve included a simple rolling ball maze game, in which you roll a ball through a maze by tilting the PyBadge/PyGamer, taking advantage of the board’s accelerometer.
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