Version 0.1 merely bounces some circles off an inclined plane (pictured.) I aim to transform this into a 2D graphical adventure game, in which I hope emergent fun will take place, once I populate the world with enough twisty corridors, uniquely-shaped objects that need slotting into the right places, and judicious instances of ornery fauna to contend with.
Sole Scion is hosted on Google Code, with Subversion read-access and a source code tarball, including the redistributables for the above dependencies, should anyone be curious. It has a New BSD License.
Feedback, thoughts and ideas, very welcome.
Update: I’ve only run it on Linux, but reportedly it also works on Windows. Thanks Xtian!
Update: It also reportedly works under PyPy, provided you install the ‘functools’ module. Thanks Maciej!