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Space Game (untitled)

Space Game (untitled) - 1.0

Teb Toddy (steelo)

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Multiplayer Online PvP shooting in space. Destroy the enemy team's base to win. Customize your ship. Visit spacegame.freeforums.org for more Information and Updates.

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Home Page: http://www.spacegame.freeforums.org
Source: http://www.speedshare.org/download.php?id=1CCD31C41

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Space Game (untitled) - 1.0 - Aug 10, 2012

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August 11, 2012 1:18pm - Teb Toddy - nickname: (steelo) - 5/5
I have fixed all of the image loading following your example, masterlee. i hope it would run on your system too now. If you want to check again, the new version is available on the forum (release thread). Thank you again!
August 10, 2012 8:23pm - Teb Toddy - nickname: (steelo) - 5/5
Thank you, i will look into this. It was interesting, sometimes i had to use /pics and sometimes \pics in the path or it wouldnt work. I guess this has something to do with that! Appreciate the comment, i will surely fix this as i am intersted in the game working on as many systems as possible.

Also to other readers id like to mention there is newer versions available on the forum since i dont want to make a new release everytime here when i upload it there. I will make new releases here on pygame when major updates have happened.
August 10, 2012 7:07pm - Carsten Eggers - nickname: (masterlee) - 4/5
There is soem error with your souce

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "main.py", line 1, in <module>
import socket, thread, time, modulesserver, pygame, superlib, math, sys, random, wallobjects
File "/home/lee/Downloads/shjpgame/wallobjects.py", line 5, in <module>
wallpic1 = pygame.image.load("pics\objects\wall1.bmp")
pygame.error: Couldn't open pics\objects\wall1.bmp

That works under windows only but you are violating escape codes a little bit this way.
you should use os.path.join instead for example os.path.join('pics','objects','wall1.bmp')
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