Mutant Standard for PursuedPyBear


Keywords
mutant-standard, pursuedpybear, python
License
Artistic-2.0
Install
pip install ppb-mutant==0.7.2

Documentation

ppb-mutant

This library provides convenient support for the Mutant Standard emoji for games using the PursuedPyBear engine.

This version is for PursuedPyBear v0.5 and Mutant Standard v0.4.0.

Setup

  1. Install the ppb-mutant package through your preferred package management system. (pip, requirements.txt, pipenv, poetry, etc)

Usage

Demo

A demo showing all emoji can be found by running python -m ppb_mutant.index.

MutantSprite

You can replace the use of image in your sprites with emoji like so:

class SlimeSprite(ppb_mutant.MutantSprite):
    emoji = 'people_animals/creatures/other/slime'

In addition, the formatting syntax with the variables morph and skin may be used for Mutant's customization features:

class PunchRightSprite(ppb_mutant.MutantSprite):
    emoji = 'fist_facing_right_{morph}_{skin}'
    morph = 'clw'
    tone = 'r2'  # "colour"

See the modifier guide for details on these.

Alternatively, most customizable emoji also have aliases defined:

class PunchRightSprite(ppb_mutant.MutantSprite):
    emoji = 'fist_facing_right'
    morph = 'clw'
    tone = 'r2'  # "colour"

SelectScene

SelectScene is a base for allowing you to handle mutant morph and tone (color) customization. It can be used like:

class CustomizeScene(SelectScene):
    class Sprite(SelectScene.Sprite): pass

    class BackSprite(Region, Sprite):
        emoji = 'tick'
        def on_button_pressed(self, mouse, signal):
            if self.contains(mouse.position) and mouse.button is ppb.buttons.Primary:
                mouse.scene.running = False

    def __init__(self, *p, **kw):
        super().__init__(*p, **kw)
        left = self.main_camera.frame_left
        self.add(self.BackSprite(pos=(left + 2.5, -1.5)))

    def do_update_morphtone(self):
        print(self.morph, self.tone)

For a demo, run python -m ppb_mutant.picker.

Copyright Notice

This library uses Mutant Standard emoji, which are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Development

The compiled assets are not part of git.

If you just want a copy, pull them out of one of the PyPI packages and copy into ppb_mutant/_assets

To compile them fresh, run build.sh, but it can take a while. This requires oxipng and one of ImageMagick, Inkscape, or rendersvg.