Grab Your Free Copy – Code The Classics Vol I : Create Retro Games with Pygame

Grab Your Free Copy – Code The Classics Vol I : Create Retro Games with Pygame

Here’s what the Raspberry Pi foundation has to say about their new book, “This stunning 224-page hardback book not only tells the stories of some of the seminal video games of the 1970s and 1980s, but shows you how to create your own games inspired by them using Python and Pygame Zero, following examples programmed by Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton.

Code The Classics – Design Retro Games Volume I

In the first of two volumes, we remake five classic video games – ranging from Pong to Sensible Soccer, each represents a different genre. We interview the games’ original creators and learn from their example, as well as utilise the art and audio engineering skills of two of the 1980s’ most prolific games developers for our recreated versions of the games.

  • Get game design tips and tricks from the masters
  • Explore the code listings and find out how they work
  • Download and play game examples by Eben Upton
  • Learn how to code your own games with Pygame Zero
  • Read interviews with expert graphics and audio creators 

Purchase a copy of the book and support the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The book is NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER! Orders will be shipping from 13th December. UK orders by 17th December will be delivered before Christmas!

Click on the image below or head over to the Pi store from this link – Pi Book Store.

You can also download the book for free from –

KidzCanCode – At we offer FREE access to various STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, Math) development courses at . At you will find courses on Scratch, BBC Micro:Bit, Raspberry Pi, Robotics and Electronics.

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