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Posted by boonenoob on Jan 31st, 2012

I've made some progress on getting pyzzle (myst-like game engine) play nice with py2exe. I put together a little tech demo of my game, and used py2exe to turn it into an executable without a dependancy for having python or pygame installed. The demo lets you take a short look around a bedroom, and lets you examine things like the desk, a potted plant, and a bed. There is still a lot of work to do, but said work will eventually get done.
- Eric

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