Here you can view the full code for our Pygame RPG series that we have written uptil this point. A link for the download of this code, along with the materials are available at the end of this code review.

The main reason behind this code review is because uptil now we’ve been discussing code in small snippets (due to the sheer size). For anyone having trouble connecting together these snippets into one whole, you can use the below code as reference.


Pygame RPG Code

The code below covers the following tutorials (1 – 6):

import pygame
from pygame.locals import *
import sys
import random
import time
from tkinter import filedialog
from tkinter import *

pygame.init()  # Begin pygame

# Declaring variables to be used through the program
vec = pygame.math.Vector2
HEIGHT = 350
WIDTH = 700
ACC = 0.3
FRIC = -0.10
FPS = 60
FPS_CLOCK = pygame.time.Clock()
COUNT = 0

# Create the display
displaysurface = pygame.display.set_mode((WIDTH, HEIGHT))
pygame.display.set_caption("Game")


# Run animation for the RIGHT
run_ani_R = [pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite_R.png"), pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite2_R.png"),
             pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite3_R.png"),pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite4_R.png"),
             pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite5_R.png"),pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite6_R.png"),
             pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite_R.png")]

# Run animation for the LEFT
run_ani_L = [pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite_L.png"), pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite2_L.png"),
             pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite3_L.png"),pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite4_L.png"),
             pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite5_L.png"),pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite6_L.png"),
             pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite_L.png")]


 

class Background(pygame.sprite.Sprite):
      def __init__(self):
            super().__init__()
            self.bgimage = pygame.image.load("Background.png")
            self.rectBGimg = self.bgimage.get_rect()        
            self.bgY = 0
            self.bgX = 0

      def render(self):
            displaysurface.blit(self.bgimage, (self.bgX, self.bgY))      


class Ground(pygame.sprite.Sprite):
    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__()
        self.image = pygame.image.load("Ground.png")
        self.rect = self.image.get_rect(center = (350, 350))
        self.bgX1 = 0
        self.bgY1 = 285

    def render(self):
        displaysurface.blit(self.image, (self.bgX1, self.bgY1)) 


class Player(pygame.sprite.Sprite):
    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__()
        self.image = pygame.image.load("Player_Sprite_R.png")
        self.rect = self.image.get_rect()

        # Position and direction
        self.vx = 0
        self.pos = vec((340, 240))
        self.vel = vec(0,0)
        self.acc = vec(0,0)
        self.direction = "RIGHT"

        # Movement 
        self.jumping = False
        self.running = False
        self.move_frame = 0


    def move(self):
          # Keep a constant acceleration of 0.5 in the downwards direction (gravity)
          self.acc = vec(0,0.5)

          # Will set running to False if the player has slowed down to a certain extent
          if abs(self.vel.x) > 0.3:
                self.running = True
          else:
                self.running = False

          # Returns the current key presses
          pressed_keys = pygame.key.get_pressed()

          # Accelerates the player in the direction of the key press
          if pressed_keys[K_LEFT]:
                self.acc.x = -ACC
          if pressed_keys[K_RIGHT]:
                self.acc.x = ACC 

          # Formulas to calculate velocity while accounting for friction
          self.acc.x += self.vel.x * FRIC
          self.vel += self.acc
          self.pos += self.vel + 0.5 * self.acc  # Updates Position with new values

          # This causes character warping from one point of the screen to the other
          if self.pos.x > WIDTH:
                self.pos.x = 0
          if self.pos.x < 0:
                self.pos.x = WIDTH
        
          self.rect.midbottom = self.pos  # Update rect with new pos            

    def gravity_check(self):
          hits = pygame.sprite.spritecollide(player ,ground_group, False)
          if self.vel.y > 0:
              if hits:
                  lowest = hits[0]
                  if self.pos.y < lowest.rect.bottom:
                      self.pos.y = lowest.rect.top + 1
                      self.vel.y = 0
                      self.jumping = False


    def update(self):
          # Return to base frame if at end of movement sequence 
          if self.move_frame > 6:
                self.move_frame = 0
                return

          # Move the character to the next frame if conditions are met 
          if self.jumping == False and self.running == True:  
                if self.vel.x > 0:
                      self.image = run_ani_R[self.move_frame]
                      self.direction = "RIGHT"
                else:
                      self.image = run_ani_L[self.move_frame]
                      self.direction = "LEFT"
                self.move_frame += 1

          # Returns to base frame if standing still and incorrect frame is showing
          if abs(self.vel.x) < 0.2 and self.move_frame != 0:
                self.move_frame = 0
                if self.direction == "RIGHT":
                      self.image = run_ani_R[self.move_frame]
                elif self.direction == "LEFT":
                      self.image = run_ani_L[self.move_frame]

    def attack(self):
          pass

    def jump(self):
        self.rect.x += 1

        # Check to see if payer is in contact with the ground
        hits = pygame.sprite.spritecollide(self, ground_group, False)
        
        self.rect.x -= 1

        # If touching the ground, and not currently jumping, cause the player to jump.
        if hits and not self.jumping:
           self.jumping = True 
           self.vel.y = -12
      

class Enemy(pygame.sprite.Sprite):
      def __init__(self):
        super().__init__()
 
      
    
player = Player()
Playergroup = pygame.sprite.Group()

background = Background()

ground = Ground()
ground_group = pygame.sprite.Group()
ground_group.add(ground)


while True:
    player.gravity_check() 
      
    for event in pygame.event.get():
        # Will run when the close window button is clicked    
        if event.type == QUIT:
            pygame.quit()
            sys.exit() 
            
        # For events that occur upon clicking the mouse (left click) 
        if event.type == pygame.MOUSEBUTTONDOWN:
              pass


        # Event handling for a range of different key presses    
        if event.type == pygame.KEYDOWN:
              if event.key == pygame.K_SPACE:
                    player.jump()
        
    # Player related functions        
    player.update()         
    player.move()
    
    # Display and Background related functions 
    background.render()
    ground.render()
    
    # Rendering Player
    displaysurface.blit(player.image, player.rect)

    pygame.display.update()      
    FPS_CLOCK.tick(FPS)

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This marks the end of the Pygame RPG Code Review 1. Any suggestions or contributions for CodersLegacy are more than welcome. Questions regarding the article content can be asked in the comments section below.

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