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Welcome to my silly little spelling game!

The game is pretty simply really:

  1. An image is displayed.
  2. Beneath the image are lines to indicate how many letters are in the word.
  3. The player/user types letters to spell what they see.

Where the words come from:

The words to be spelled are the first portion of the image file names.

ie: A file named kite.png will produce the word 'kite' to be spelled.

Recent activity

Dan Ross

Commits by Dan Ross were pushed to dsr/PySpell

b8c6552 - blitting correctly but entered_text does not match the_word.letters for hypenated words now
Dan Ross

Commits by Dan Ross were pushed to dsr/PySpell

23850de - deleting hypen from the_word.letters so that it is correct when enter is pressed and hyphen is automatically drawn
Dan Ross

Commits by Dan Ross were pushed to dsr/PySpell

02bfffe - dict with key for cursor and position for blitting being made
Dan Ross

Commits by Dan Ross were pushed to dsr/PySpell

d402881 - a hyphen is now drawn automatically if required; user must still type it though
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