1. Rawns
    It may be a good idea to contain all useful resources that people find in a single place, a link and a short description maybe? And an idea of skill level required?

    So far, I have found one! - Beginner!

    Quote Originally Posted by Google
    Welcome to Google's Python Class -- this is a free class for people with a little bit of programming experience who want to learn Python. The class includes written materials, lecture videos, and lots of code exercises to practice Python coding
  2. tmcd35
    News - pygame - python game development
    Add on library with a number of useful functions to make games program in Python a lot easier. Most online tutorials seem to make use of this at some point.

    Python Programming Language – Official Website
    The language itself, for those who haven't downloaded/installed it yet

    BeginnersGuide/NonProgrammers - Python Wiki
    I typed "Python noob" into google and this was the first link!

    IntegratedDevelopmentEnvironments - Python Wiki
    List of IDE's instead of using the command line, also woth looking at: Notepad++ Home (and: Python Script - Plugin for Notepad++)
  3. Rawns
    Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python - A couple of free, open source PDF books: - Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python - Making Games with Python & Pygame
  4. X-13
    I've been using Program Arcade Games With Python And Pygame [Provided by Bondbill2k2] at work.

    But, I've also got Learn to code | Codecademy working from home, so I'm using that as well. [IT HAS ACHIEVEMENTS!]
  5. CAM
    For the assets side, for Creative Commons licenced music.

    For Visual Studio users, PTVS 2.0 Alpha Plugin Python Tools for Visual Studio extension
  6. X-13
    I've moved onto pygame tutorials now, and theirs are OK to start with.

    Pygame Front Page — Pygame v1.9.2 documentation

    Some python/pygame stuff.

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