Have you looked into pygame? https://www.pygame.org/news
i checked out pygame seems pretty good. are there any others i should know about btw?
Lua is a popular language for some devs too. You could also look into unity but I wouldn’t consider that simple.
is lua a completely different language or is it related to python?
I think it’s a scripting language. It is a slow language. You can find more about it here:
I should try pygame too but I failed to install it. I would install it after I finish the Technical Interview Practice with Python.
Why(I don’t know Lua)?
I suspect much like python, it’s easy to write in and embed. Plus it has a built-in following so there are a lot of tutorials and examples to work from.
I don’t know much more than this.
I would first make a virtual environment and then
pip3 install pygame within that environment. Or pip if that’s what you use. It’s recommended to use python 3.7 or higher.
I watched a video about virtual environments but it failed.
My Python Interpreter doesn’t recognise pip.
I can’t edit my post now. I have the command line installed as included in my Python 3 interpreter. Is it suitable for game development?
Sorry, I’m not quite sure what you mean by this.
Are you running on windows?
Yes, I am running on windows. I don’t know how to get pip to recognise the command.