A D.I.Y. open source arcade game where you use a real skateboard to do combos on four metal pads https://scrape.nugget.fun
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#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Scrapeboard is an arcade game in development by Frank DeMarco (@diskmem) and Blake Andrews (@snakesandrews).
# It requires custom hardware to play, but it can be tested in keyboard mode with just the code in this
# repository. For more information on setting up and running the game, see README.md. For more information
# on the game in general, visit <https://scrape.nugget.fun>.
#
# This is the launcher script that creates a main game object and runs it. If you're running Python 3 with
# the pygame module installed, you should be able to run this script with the --no-serial flag to get it
# running even without the custom hardware:
#
# ./OPEN-GAME --no-serial
import sys, os
def ignore_sighup():
"""
Ignore hangup signal (that is thrown when launching from systemd?).
Taken from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57205271/how-to-display-pygame-framebuffer-using-systemd-service
"""
import signal
def handler(signum, frame):
pass
signal.signal(signal.SIGHUP, handler)
# Change directory to the directory of the program launching the script (usually this script "OPEN-GAME").
if "--go-to-dir" in sys.argv:
os.chdir(os.path.dirname(sys.argv[0]))
# Use the framebuffer display (for Raspberry Pi). This only works with Pygame 1.9.6 (and SDL 1.2).
if "--fb" in sys.argv:
import os
os.putenv("SDL_VIDEODRIVER", "fbcon")
os.putenv("SDL_FBDEV", "/dev/fb0")
ignore_sighup()
from NS import NS
NS().run()