I shared this already on the Pocket Chip boards because I made the game partly with the Pocket Chip in mind, but it runs a little better on a Ras-pi so I wanted to share it over here too. It runs perfectly smooth on my Pi 3. I haven't tried it on my Pi 2 or Pi 1 yet, but I would assume it chugs a little bit on the original Pi, since it does on my Chip which has similar specs.
I'm a fairly novice python programmer, but have made a few little games since the first Raspberry Pi came out. This is the first game that i exported with Pyinstaller to try and make it simpler to share.
if you download one of the executables, it should run on anything running Linux. Once you download the file you just have to make it executable (chmod a+x /home/pi/PocketChipPups, or wherever your file is located). The default resolution is 480 x 270 to fit the Pocket Chip screen. I also uploaded a version at double the resolution for larger displays.
The game is simple. You are a time traveling cowboy dude. It is fully controlled just with the mouse. Click to move, click to target enemies which you will shoot automatically when you aren't moving. If you find a pup walk over it to earn it's loyalty. It will then attack enemies for you and level up. There are multiple guns to find, and health pickups as well. I wanted to add a boss, but it isn't in there yet.
Aside from sharing this game, I'm anxious to talk python and Pyinstaller and programming/game making in general and methods of game distribution (not concerned about $$) and to see any other games y'all are making.
It is fairly unpolished, but if there is enough interest I can continue working on it. Currently working on a new game project that we plan to turn into a full arcade cabinet at nearby pub. Here are the links to Pocket Chip Pups. I hope some of you will enjoy it, and that it actually runs for you. Cheers!
PocketChip version(480 x 270):
http://en.file-upload.net/download-1227 ... pPups.html
960 x 540 resolution version:
http://en.file-upload.net/download-1227 ... cale2.html