From Game Maker to Python

From Game Maker to Python

I use Game Maker for creating simple (and not simple) 2D games for Windows.

I use Game Maker for creating simple (and not simple) 2D games for Windows.

I really love it. It's easy to use, it's powerfull and it allows me to create games very fast.

But now I know about Python. Python is my new love.

I would like to create games using Python now. I would like to have something like Game Maker but with Python inside.

Googling "python game engines", I've found these ones:

1) PyGame

2) Cocos2D

3) Blender

4) Python-Ogre


Maybe I'm wrong, but I've found that:

1) PyGame is not more powerfull (for Windows) than Game Maker. And the last realese was in 2009.

2) Cocos2D is usually used for creating mobile games with C# and Java. It's not more powerfull than Game Maker too.

3) Blender is 3D engine. Don't think it is a easier way to create 2D games than Game Maker.

4) Python-Ogre -- same as Blender.

So, what would you recommend me?

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