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2019 was not the best year in terms of gaming, but 2020 is an interesting year for video games. The game development industry is booming and by the end of 2020, the mobile gaming industry is estimated to value around $130 billion. It is possible because of technology like AR, VR, and various other programming languages and trends that take the mobile gaming industry to the next level. 

With the rise of mobile internet and smartphone usage, a large number of people have started playing games. The major cause of why professional mobile game development company has been focusing on creating more games to meet user requirements and preferences.

Unquestionably, without the help of development tools, developers would not be able to meet the growing demands for games. With the advancement in the gaming industry, Python language has proved to be an exceptional choice by the developers for the rapid prototyping of video games.

Here are 8 best python frameworks for Game development. 

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Pygame

Pygame is an open-source python library for making multimedia applications like games built on top of the excellent SDL library. The library is a combination of C, Python, Native, and OpenGL. Pygame enables users to build full-features games as well as multimedia programs with Python programming. The framework is highly portable and runs on every platform and operating system.

Some of the features are: 

  1. Multicore CPU’s can be used easily.
  2. Uses optimized C and assembly code for core functions.
  3. Only a small amount of code is needed. 

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Pyglet

Pyglet is an open-sourced, cross-platform windowing and multimedia library for Python. It is a powerful python library that can be used for developing games and other visually-rich applications on windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The framework supports windowing, user interface event handling, joysticks, OpenGL graphics, loading images, and videos, and playing sounds. It runs under the Python 3.5+ and also works on other interpreters such as PyPy.

Few of its features are: 

  1. No external dependencies or installation requirements
  2. Flexible native windowing
  3. Built-in support for images and audio
  4. Written in pure Python. 
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Kivy

The framework is equipped with novel user interfaces like multi-touch apps. It is an open-source, cross-platform Python library for rapid development of applications. Kivy runs on every platform such as Windows, OS X, Android, iOS, and Raspberry Pi and can natively use the right inputs. Along with protocols and few devices including WM_Touch, WM_Pen, Mac OS X Trackpad, and magic mouse. The library is GPU accelerated and it comes with more than 20 widgets that are all highly extensible. 

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PyKyra

It is one of the fastest game development frameworks for python that is based on both the SDL (software and documentation localization) and the Kyra engine. Along with the standard features of this framework, it also supports MPEG video, sound adding, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, and direct images reading. 

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PyOpenGL

The next of hitting the list is every developer’s favorite, the PyOpenGL. It is one of the most common cross-platform Python bindings to OpenGL and related APIs. The binding in the framework is created using the standard ctypes library. PyOpenGL is interoperable with a large number of external GUI libraries for Python including Pygame, PyQt, Raw Xlib, and others. The framework is most used by the iOS game development company. 

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Panda3D

The framework is made in Python and C++. It is an open-source and completely free to use the engine to develop realtime 3D games, visualizations, simulations, experiments, and more. It includes command-line tools for processing, optimizing source assets that allow users to automate and script the content production pipeline. The framework supports various well-known third-party libraries, such as bullet physics engines, Assimp model loader, OpenAL and FMOD sound libraries. 

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Python-Ogre

PyOgre is a python binding of a C++ library for the OGRE 3D engine. It is a cross-platform and inherits speed and flexibility. A complete 3D rendering engine is written entirely in C++ that supports an impressive feature set used to create immersive games. The framework consists of two libraries, the first being Ogre3D, a 3D rendering engine and the other is CEGUi, which is an embedded GUI system. 

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Cocos2d

The last to hit the list is Cocos2d, an open-source software framework that can be used to build games, apps, and other cross-platform GUI based interactive programs. The Cocos2d family is big and comprises of Cococs2d-x, Cocos2d-JS, Cocos2d-XNA, and Cocos2d(Python). It is an open-source game framework written in C++ that has a thin platform dependent layer and can be used to build games, apps, and other cross-platform GUI based interactive programs. Cocos2d-JS is an engine’s JavaScript version that supports full Cocos2d-x functionality with a set of simplified APIs. 

Conclusion:

Gaming has become a vital part of our lives and the advancements in the gaming industry have led to the development of high-quality immersive games. We have listed here the best 8 Python frameworks that any game character creation development company can look into to develop the best game for its users.

Richa Sharma
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