Yeah. It isn't much as a game, but it should be pretty compatible with
anything that runs Python appplications. I'd imagine it would run on a
Braille Plus and similar devices since it has a Python interpreter
built in. There are also Python versions for Windows CE so that means
I might be able to run the game on smart phones, notetakers, and
various things too. It has possibilities as a free simple game. I know
right now I'm playing the game on Linux, and getting my tail kicked by
the dealer. He is a really mean card shark.
Now, the next game I'll release is Oregon Trail as I know that game in
particular is in demand. I only have it partly finished, and I think
that will be really fun revisiting the classic Apple II games of my
childhood in a new and totally cross-platform version.
On 11/24/10, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> Hi Tom.
> Ah, I missed this, ow irritating!
> I'll see about some news, sinse even though we do have working accessible
> blackjack, hopefully people will find both the cross platform bit and
> example code interesting.
> Beware the Grue!
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