from esp_hadouken.pgfw.GameChild import GameChild
from esp_hadouken.title.background.Sky import Sky
from esp_hadouken.title.background.Mask import Mask

class Background(GameChild):

    def __init__(self, parent):
        GameChild.__init__(self, parent) = Sky(self)
        self.mask = Mask(self)

    def update(self):
from pygame import Surface, Color, PixelArray
from pygame.image import load

from esp_hadouken.pgfw.GameChild import GameChild

class Mask(Surface, GameChild):

    def __init__(self, parent):
        GameChild.__init__(self, parent)
        self.display_surface = self.get_screen()
        self.transparent_color = 0xFF00FF

    def init_surface(self):
        Surface.__init__(self, self.display_surface.get_size())
        self.blit(load(self.vector_path).convert(), (0, 0))

    def load_configuration(self):
        get = self.get_resource
        config = self.get_configuration("title")
        self.vector_path = get("title", "mask-vector-path")
        self.vector_color = Color(config["mask-vector-colors"][2])
        self.foreground_path = get("title", "mask-foreground-path")

    def modify(self):
        pixels = PixelArray(self)
        white = 0xFFFFFF
        pixels.replace(white, self.vector_color)
        reference = PixelArray(load(self.foreground_path).convert())
        for ii, column in enumerate(reference):
            for jj, pixel in enumerate(column):
                if pixel == 0xFFFFFF:
                    pixels[ii][jj] = self.transparent_color

    def update(self):

    def draw(self):
        self.display_surface.blit(self, (0, 0))
from random import choice

from pygame import Color, PixelArray

from esp_hadouken.pgfw.GameChild import GameChild

class Blinker(GameChild):

    def __init__(self, parent, initial_freq, max_freq):
        GameChild.__init__(self, parent)
        self.frequency = initial_freq
        self.max_freq = max_freq
        self.iterations = 0

    def set_palettes(self):
        config = self.get_configuration("sprite")
        self.inner_palette = map(
            self.translate_hex_color, config["inner-palette"])
        self.outer_palette = map(
            self.translate_hex_color, config["outer-palette"])
        self.palette = (Color("black"), Color("white"))

    def translate_hex_color(self, color):
        return Color(color + "ff")

    def build_palette(self):
        return (choice(self.inner_palette), choice(self.outer_palette))

    def paint(self):
        image = self.parent.image
        pixels = PixelArray(image)
        old_palette = self.palette
        new_palette = self.build_palette()
        pixels.replace(old_palette[0], new_palette[0])
        pixels.replace(old_palette[1], new_palette[1])
        self.palette = new_palette

    def blink(self):
        iterations = self.iterations + 1
        if 1.0 / iterations <= self.frequency:
            iterations = 0
        self.iterations = iterations
from math import floor
import copy

import pygame

from esp_hadouken.sprite.Blinker import Blinker
from esp_hadouken.pgfw.GameChild import GameChild

class Sprite(GameChild):

    def __init__(self, parent, image_path, display_surface, bounds=(None, None),
                 wrap=(False, False), initial_blink_freq=0, max_blink_freq=1):
        GameChild.__init__(self, parent)
        self.image_path = image_path
        self.display_surface = display_surface
        self.bounds = bounds
        self.wrap = wrap
        self.restricted_areas = []
        self.blinker = Blinker(self, initial_blink_freq, max_blink_freq)

    def add_image(self):
        image = pygame.image.load(self.image_path).convert_alpha()
        self.rect = image.get_rect()
        self.old_rect = self.rect
        self.image = image

    def paint(self):

    def move(self, x=0, y=0):
        self.old_rect = copy.copy(self.rect)
        if isinstance(x, tuple) or isinstance(x, list):
            x, y = x[0], x[1]
        if x < 0:
            x = floor(x)
        if y < 0:
            y = floor(y)
        rect = self.rect + x, + y)
        self.rect = self.accommodate_wrapping(rect)

    def place(self, x=None, y=None):
        rect = self.rect
        if type(x) is tuple or type(x) is list:
            x, y = x[0], x[1]
        if x is None:
            x = rect.left
        if y is None:
            y =
        self.rect.topleft = x, y

    def accommodate_wrapping(self, rect):
        horizontal, vertical = self.wrap
        scope = self.display_surface.get_rect()
        if vertical:
            if < -rect.h:
       += scope.h
            elif > scope.h:
       -= scope.h
        if horizontal:
            if rect.left < 0:
                rect.left += scope.w - rect.w - 1
            elif rect.right > scope.w:
                rect.right -= scope.w - rect.w - 1
        return rect

    def add_restricted_areas(self, rects):
        if type(rects) is not list:
            rects = [rects]
        self.restricted_areas += rects

    def flip(self):
        self.image = pygame.transform.flip(self.image, True, False)

    def resize(self, size):
        self.image = pygame.transform.scale(self.image, size)

    def show(self):
        self.visible = True

    def hide(self):
        self.visible = False

    def set_blink_frequency(self, frequency):
        self.blinker.frequency = frequency

    def update(self):
        if self.visible:

    def draw(self):
        self.display_surface.blit(self.image, self.rect)

    def erase(self):
December 3, 2013

Where in the mind's prism does light shine, inward, outward, or backward, and where in a plane does it intersect, experientially and literally, while possessing itself in a dripping wet phantasm?

Fig 1.1 What happens after you turn on a video game and before it appears?

The taxonomy of fun contains the difference between gasps of desperation and exaltation, simultaneously identical and opposite; one inspires you to have sex, while the other to ejaculate perpetually. A destruction and its procession are effervescent, while free play is an inseminated shimmer hatching inside you. Unlikely to be resolved, however, in such a way, are the climaxes of transitions between isolated, consecutive game states.

You walk through a door or long-jump face first (your face, not Mario's) into a painting. A moment passes for eternity, viscerally fading from your ego, corpus, chakra, gaia, the basis of your soul. It happens when you kill too, and especially when you precisely maim or obliterate something. It's a reason to live, a replicating stasis.

Fig 1.2 Sequence in a video game

Video games are death reanimated. You recurse through the underworld toward an illusion. Everything in a decision and logic attaches permanently to your fingerprint. At the core, you use its energy to soar, comatose, back into the biosphere, possibly because the formal structure of a mind by human standards is useful in the next world.