from random import random

from pygame.mixer import Sound

from _send.pgfw.GameChild import GameChild

class Track(GameChild):

    def __init__(self, parent, path, volume):
        GameChild.__init__(self, parent)
        self.path = path
        self.volume = volume = None
        self.frequency = self.get_configuration("title", "pan-frequency")

    def set_sound(self):
        sound = Sound(self.path)
        self.sound = sound

    def play(self): =

    def update(self):
        if and random() < self.frequency:
from re import match

from _send.pgfw.GameChild import GameChild
from _send.tartan.Tartan import Tartan

class Tartans(GameChild, dict):

    def __init__(self, parent):
        GameChild.__init__(self, parent)

    def load(self):
        patterns = file(self.get_resource("tartan", "path"))
        while True:
            line = patterns.readline()
            if not line:
            name = line.strip()
            self[name] = Tartan(self, name, patterns)
from re import match, sub
from itertools import izip, chain

from pygame import Surface, Color, PixelArray
from pygame.image import save

from _send.pgfw.GameChild import GameChild

class Tartan(GameChild, Surface):

    def __init__(self, parent, name=None, patterns=None):
        GameChild.__init__(self, parent)
        self.fields = self.get_game().fields = name
        if patterns is not None:
        # self.generate(store=True)

    def load_configuration(self):
        config = self.get_configuration("tartan")
        self.thread_size = config["thread-size"]
        self.sample_size = config["sample-size"]

    def load(self, patterns):
        self.sett = self.parse_sett(patterns.readline())
        self.asymmetric = bool(int(patterns.readline().strip()))
        self.palette = self.parse_palette(patterns)

    def parse_sett(self, line):
        sett = []
        size = 0
        for stripe in line.strip().split(" "):
            identifier, width = match("([A-Z]+)([0-9]+)", stripe).groups(0)
            width = int(width)
            size += width
            sett.append(Stripe(identifier, width))
        self.sett_width = size
        return sett

    def parse_palette(self, patterns):
        palette = {}
        while True:
            line = patterns.readline().strip()
            if not line:
            for color in line.split(";"):
                color = color.strip()
                if color:
                    assignment = map(str.strip, color.split("="))
                    palette[assignment[0]] = Color("#%sFF" % assignment[1][:6])
        return palette

    def generate(self, scale=None, store=False):
        if not scale:
            scale = self.get_default_scale()
        surface = self.select_surface(scale, store)
        self.paint(scale, surface)
        if not store:
            return surface

    def get_default_scale(self):
        return self.fields.get(

    def select_surface(self, scale, store):
        size = self.get_size(scale)
        if store:
            surface = self
            surface = Surface((size, size))
        return surface

    def get_size(self, scale):
        sett = self.sett
        sett_width = self.sett_width
        if not self.asymmetric:
            size = scale * (sett_width * 2 - sett[-1].width - sett[0].width)
            size = scale * sett_width
        return size

    def init_surface(self, size):
        Surface.__init__(self, (size, size))

    def paint(self, scale, surface):
        offset, overflow = 0, 0
        sett = self.sett
        pixels = PixelArray(surface)
        for stripe in self.get_stripes_generator(scale):
            width = stripe.width
            color = self.palette[stripe.identifier]
            if overflow:
                width -= 1 - overflow
                blend = self.blend_colors(previous_color, color, overflow)
                self.draw_line(pixels, offset, 1, blend)
                offset += 1
            if width >= 1:
                truncated = int(width)
                self.draw_line(pixels, offset, truncated, color)
                offset += truncated
                overflow = width - truncated
                overflow = max(width, 0)
            previous_color = color
        del pixels

    def get_stripes_generator(self, scale):
        sett = self.sett
        if not self.asymmetric:
            return (stripe.get_scaled(scale) for stripe in
                    chain(sett[:-1], reversed(sett[1:])))
        return (stripe.get_scaled(scale) for stripe in sett)

    def draw_line(self, pixels, offset, width, color):
        thread_size = self.thread_size
        operator = thread_size * 2
        for y in xrange(offset, min(offset + width, len(pixels[0]))):
            for x in xrange(0, len(pixels[0])):
                if (x + y) % operator < thread_size:
                    pixels[x][y] = color
        for x in xrange(offset, min(offset + width, len(pixels[0]))):
            for y in xrange(0, len(pixels[0])):
                if (x + y) % operator >= thread_size:
                    pixels[x][y] = color

    def blend_colors(self, alpha, beta, ratio):
        alpha = (component * ratio for component in alpha)
        beta = (component * (1 - ratio) for component in beta)
        blend = [int(sum(components)) for components in izip(alpha, beta)]
        return Color(*blend)

    def write_sample(self):
        step = self.get_width()
        shift = step / 2
        count = self.sample_size
        size = step * count
        offsets = range(-shift, size + step, step)
        sample = Surface((size, size))
        for x in offsets:
            for y in offsets:
                sample.blit(self, (x, y))
        path = "resource/local/img/tartan/generated/%02i-%s.png" % \
               (self.fields.get_index( + 1,
        save(sample, path)

    def get_filesystem_formatted_name(self):
        return sub("[^\w-]", "_"," ", "-"))

class Stripe:

    def __init__(self, identifier, width):
        self.identifier = identifier
        self.width = width

    def __repr__(self):
        return "<%s at %s (%s %.3f)>" % \
               (self.__class__.__name__, hex(id(self)), self.identifier,

    def get_scaled(self, scale):
        return Stripe(self.identifier, self.width * scale)
November 9, 2013

Food Spring - Watermelon Stage

Getting the fruit as far as possible is the object of each level, collecting bigger, more valuable guns. The final result is determined by the size of the fruits' collection when the monkey arrives in North America and either survives or perishes in the fruits' attack.

Watermelon Peach
Pineapple Grapes