Ruby Shoes Tetris(November 07, 2014)
was is a cross-platform Ruby desktop GUI framework aimed at beginners wanting
to get into programming. For those of us who have been in the Ruby community for a while we might
have assumed that Shoes died when _why left the community. However, from the
“Way way back in the day, there was a guy named _why. He created a project known as Hackety Hack to teach programming to everyone. In order to reach all corners of the earth, _why decided to make Hackety Hack work on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. This was a lot of work, and so _why decided to share his toolkit with the world. Thus, Shoes was born. Everybody loved Shoes. Many apps were made, and put into The Shoebox, which no longer exists. But, one day, _why left. In his memory, Team Shoes assembled, and carried on making Shoes. They released Shoes 3 in late summer 2010.”
… and they are actively working on Shoes4.
So here’s a version of Tetris you can run with Ruby Shoes:Continued...