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  1. #1
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    Talking my first python game - Puwa!

    PuwA! 0.9 Beta 1
    for Symbian S60 3rd edition Phones
    by Cristian Villalba
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    Before everything: this game was tested ONLY in MY n95, I know that It could have many bugs, please send me an email and I will do my best.

    Download it from here:
    http://puwa-symbian.blogspot.com

    Installation:
    Install misty_selfsigned_infinite.sisx.
    Install aXYZ_3rd_N95_1_0_2_unsigned.SIS
    Install puwa_v1_2_3.sis in your phone. Make sure that you installed in the memory card and not in the internal memory.
    Create a folder in your memory card called python and copy the 3d folder on it.
    Enjoy!


    Thanks to Walter VelaZqueZ for its 2d art.

    Thanks to cyke64 for its libraries.

    Thanks to jethro.fn for Ensymble.

    Thanks to Funky Remixes for the music.

    Cristian Villalba

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    Re: my first python game - Puwa!

    hello Cristian

    welcome to forum nokia PyS60 dibo

    Seems to be a great application

    it will be great that if you provide some more details about the applications in the dibo that will be great.

    Cheers,
    Gaba88

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    Re: my first python game - Puwa!

    Hi,
    Welcome to Forum Nokia..
    It's a nice game. But make it for other Nokia 3rd edition devices.

    Congrats
    --NirpSis

    http://sites.google.com/site/nirpsis/
    http://nirpsis.blogspot.com/

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    Re: my first python game - Puwa!

    Thanks for the comments people!

    Quote Originally Posted by gaba88 View Post

    it will be great that if you provide some more details about the applications in the dibo that will be great.

    Gaba88
    Well the application was somo kind of experiment with my N95. I wanted to create something in 3d, with accelerometer functionality.
    I had 2 posibilities, one was creating a game in C++ ( and try to remember this language, because I haven´t write a line of code with it for years) and the other one was developing with python ( I never had the chance to develop in this language, It looked like it was easy to learn).
    Finally I choose Python and It was perfect, I was astonished with the fact that you could get fast results.

    I modeled a tiny monster in milkshape. Then I tried to make a model viewer in pys60 with opengles. After that I added code to move the camera with the accelerometer. I also write some functions to handle skeletal animation but the performance was deadly slow so I leaved there. The next step was to add the environment and investigate some texture manipulation for hair cutting (I didn´t have time to check how to manipulate textures in a pixel level), sound, effects and that´s it.

    Unfortunately I don´t have access to test it on other devices rather than my n95...

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    Re: my first python game - Puwa!

    Quote Originally Posted by cristianvillalba View Post
    Unfortunately I don´t have access to test it on other devices rather than my n95...
    dont worry i will test it in my N96 and will pass the feedback.

    Enjoy Pythoning
    Gaba88

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