Pyxel, an 8bit retro gaming Python framework, on
amasad (2448)

Just in time for the Game Jam I'm excited to announce the addition of Pyxel -- an 8bit retro gaming framework for Python. Pyxel has everything you need to build an 8bit game, from the image editor to a music editor ( doesn't support sound yet).

It's also easy-to-use and fun to play around with. The following is a speed-up play-through of one of their examples running on I used their editor to change the player's hair color.

Here is the repl:

Start building your game by creating a new repl and selecting "Pyxel". Or click here.

Let me know if you have any feedback.

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derpdizzzzy (8)

@amasad how do the fix the os error: not a gzipped file(b'/xlf/xef').i been waiting for 4 days for someone to teach me how to fix this error.

MaxIbel (0)


looks like they replaced the zip file with the actual files in it with a gzip pickled string.

However, can't find the source for that as this should be done in a file called line 321, which does not exist on github.