Some notes on writing parser-based interactive fiction in Python (part 1)

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Getting into the Guts of Berserk

Issue #178

3/2/2022

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Some notes on writing parser-based interactive fiction in Python (part 1)

Published: 1 March 2022
Tags: python


Patrick Mooney's series of articles go in-depth on writing a language parser in Python for a text based game.


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Don't try this at home: CSS _as_ the backend - introducing Cascading Server Sheets!

Published: 21 February 2022
Tags: css, javascript


Pascal Thormeier presents a basic back end for a website written in CSS.


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Getting into the Guts of Berserk

Published: 1 March 2022
Tags: games


Jeffrey Doering explains what it took to implement a fairly complicated new ultimate ability for a character in League of Legends.


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