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pybucket is an animated bucket tool, but I feel it has the potential to be a childrens coloring tool.

You know the coloring books, right? You feed the image and a bit of change of this tools UI, like a color swatch at bottom or on the side, so you can click to choose the color you want, and then you click to paint a section.

It doesnt have to be for children, adults would be nice, too, but I do want a terminal version, 256 colors dont provide much, but it would be fun to see it happening.

pybucket was created by Duncan Burggraf, written in Python with Pygame under the MIT License, currently git-a8d2ad1 (2015-11-09).

flycombat is part of Pygamii examples. You are an airplane and you shoot down enemys planes.

This is a simple game as an example for the gaming development library. You get a score on top and life as well. Several different enemty planes, so its not too bad as an example for just 287 LOC.

Pygamii was created by Carlos Maniero, written in Python 3 with readchar, termcolor, and optional Pygame for sound, under the MIT License, currently version (2015-12-23). from PyGamii is a clone of Arkanoid or Breakout. PyGamii is an engine for ASCII games, which only has less LOC at this moment.

Although its named, I dont see any power-ups falling down. Since its just an example, I shouldnt expect much from it, it doesnt have a score.

The library is small, but it uses PyGame for audio, and that probably is the reason why PyGamii named PyGamii. Its not officially supports Python 2, but I found it has no problem to run with it, just its kind of glitch in display.

PyGamii was created by Carlos Maniero, written In Python 2/3 with readchar, termcolor, and optional Pygame for audio under the MIT License, currently git-2fe2332 (2015-12-15).

boom (GitHub) is

A 2-player battle game made for Ludum Dare 28 (December 2013), for the theme you only get one.

The game goes like this, two players, each has many fake mine and one possibly real mine, but you never know if you get the real real mine until the detonation of the possibly real mine.

It can be played with keyboard or Xbox 360 controllers and it has sound.

You lay as many mines as you like, and hope your opponent will come close near the possibly real mine and you detonate the mines. If its real, you win. If its not, you can still play cool since your opponent has not yet deploy the real mine and still doesnt know that is a real deal. If your opponent detonates the real mine and doesnt blow you up, then you are the winner.

Its a fun game.

boom was created on 2013-12-13 by Joseph Lansdowne, written in Python 2/3 and C with Pygame under the GPLv3, currently git-a0fb8ac (2014-01-18).

Unintentional Christmas Tree is a fun and small arcade action puzzle game. You just lay the same color blocks on top of each other.

It has two modes, easy and hard. In hard mode, you cant make any mistakes, e.g. red on green, or that would be game over. In easy mode, lets just say that you can break this tree really easily.

Unintentional Christmas Tree was created by Joseph Lansdowne on 2012-02-27, written in Python 2 with Pygame under New BSD License (3-clause), currently git-da562ee (2012-02-27).

The question is not red or green but left or right.