I got the idea for this post from this tweet https://twitter.com/kitao/status/1152919321032589317
It is harder to read but still super cool.
pyxel is a fun way to learn/play with Python. You can write programs that are easy to interact with and not need to think about graphics programming.
See here for the github repo: https://github.com/kitao/pyxel
To get started do a pip install
pip install pyxel
Then type this in and run it
import pyxel from random import random as r pyxel.init(64,64) def update(): if pyxel.btnp(pyxel.KEY_Q): pyxel.quit() def draw(): pyxel.cls(0) pyxel.line(r()*64,r()*64,r()*64,r()*64,7) pyxel.run(update,draw)