If you’ve ever wanted to learn to code your own roguelike game, now’s your chance!
The RoguelikeDev community on Reddit has started The Complete Roguelike Tutorial again this year. The tutorial started on June 16th but you can still join any time. This is a great chance to learn to code your first roguelike game and to learn to code using the Python language.
You’ll learn to create dungeons using procedural generation, populate your dungeons with armor, weapons, and creatures, and give those creatures artificial intelligence (AI). Learn to add a user interface (UI), inventory screen, and how to save and load game information.
You can find the announcement and the schedule on the RoguelikeDev page.
Python is a good first language with which to learn to code. It’s powerful, readable, and has a small learning curve. Python is quite popular and is used for web development, machine learning, and scientific calculations. There are also a lot of tutorials and books available to help you learn.
Python was not my first coding language, but this tutorial is how I initially learned to code in Python. You can see examples of my roguelike efforts on the About page.
I truly appreciate and am thankful for the work of the many volunteers that put this tutorial and the other related tutorials together on RoguelikeDev and RogueBasin. My sincerest gratitude.
Are you a fan of roguelike games, procedural generation, poetry, or game design? If so, attend the Roguelike Celebration this October 3-4.
A gigantic tomb complex built around the Spindle at Omonporch. Twelve stories tall with several historically striated sections, and 100 maps!
Pour yourself a cup of coffee or tea and catch up on the game news from this last week. Caves of Qud mods, Mohawk Games, and more. Enjoy!
Now is your chance to learn to code games in Python! Start by following The Complete Roguelike Tutorial from RoguelikeDev.
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