Learn 10 Games using Python - 2021

Make 10 simple Games using Python (with BONUS Content)
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Making games using Python 3
Games project
Simple Games

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of Python 3
  • Python concepts

Description

Many people learn programming languages best through building projects. If you want to learn Python by coding ten games, check out the 1 hour video course. We have collected together 10 great game development tutorials that will help you learn Python.

The games run anywhere Python can be installed which includes desktop computers running Windows, Mac OS, or Linux and older or low-power hardware such as the Raspberry Pi. Kids across the United States in grades 6th-12th have enjoyed learning about topics such as encryption and projectile motion through games.

Python is one of the top-five most popular programming languages in the world and available for free. Python includes an extensive Standard Library distributed with your installation. The Standard Library has a module called Turtle which is a popular way to introduce programming to kids. Turtle was part of the original Logo programming language developed by Wally Feurzig and Seymour Papert in 1966. All of the games in Free Python Games are implemented using Python and its Turtle module.

Who this course is for:

  • Python developers
  • CS Students
  • Programmers
  • Games enthusiasts

Course content

3 sections12 lectures1h 40m total length
  • #0. Introduction and Installation
    01:04
  • #1. Snake Game
    07:26
  • #2. Tic Tac Toe
    07:23
  • #3. Fidget
    05:19
  • #4. Maze Game
    04:33
  • #5. Cannon Game
    12:06

Instructor

Programming World
Endscrypt PyAcademy
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 78 Reviews
  • 9,889 Students
  • 2 Courses

Endscrypt Academy offers short-term courses and certificate courses. Inclusive of comprehensive learning, the long-term programmes feature subjects such as web development, financial accountancy, computer application and programming, information technology, multimedia and web-designing. Some of the short-term courses cover topics like Windows XP, 7, 8, 10, Vista, MS Office, DTP (Desk Top Publishing), Web Designing, Multimedia, Tally ERP 9, C, C++ , and Visual Basic.