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Registration is open for the 5th Python game challenge!

The fifth PyWeek is only a month away. Come along and join the fun: write a
video game in a week!

There's some really interesting new libraries that have popped up recently.
Have a gander on the pyweek message board for more info.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN

Visit the PyWeek website for more information:

http://pyweek.org/
THE PYWEEK CHALLENGE:

- Invites all Python programmers to write a game in one week from scratch
either as an individual or in a team,
- Is intended to be challenging and fun,
- Will hopefully increase the public body of python game tools, code and
expertise,
- Will let a lot of people actually finish a game, and
- May inspire new projects (with ready made teams!)

Entries must be developed during the challenge, and must incorporate some
theme decided at the start of the challenge. The rules for the challenge are
at:

http://media.pyweek.org/static/rules.html
Richard

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Visit the PyWeek website: http://pyweek.org/
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