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Konami Code

This executes the konami_code label when the Konami Code is entered on the keyboard. The code consists of the following keys in sequence:

It should be fairly easy to change the code and the label branched to.

# This lets you easily add the Konami code to your Ren'Py game. When
# the Konami code (up up down down left right left right a b) has been
# entered, this calls the konami_code label (in a new context, so that
# the current game state isn't lost.

init python hide:

    class KonamiListener(renpy.Displayable):

        def __init__(self, target):


            import pygame
            # The label we jump to when the code is entered.
   = target

            # This is the index (in self.code) of the key we're
            # expecting.
            self.state = 0

            # The code itself.
            self.code = [

        # This function listens for events.
        def event(self, ev, x, y, st):
            import pygame

            # We only care about keydown events.
            if ev.type != pygame.KEYDOWN:

            # If it's not the key we want, go back to the start of the statem
            # machine.
            if ev.key != self.code[self.state]:
                self.state = 0

            # Otherwise, go to the next state.
            self.state += 1

            # If we are at the end of the code, then call the target label in
            # the new context. (After we reset the state machine.)
            if self.state == len(self.code):
                self.state = 0


        # Return a small empty render, so we get events.
        def render(self, width, height, st, at):
            return renpy.Render(1, 1)

    # Create a KonamiListener to actually listen for the code.
    store.konami_listener = KonamiListener('konami_code')

    # This adds konami_listener to each interaction.
    def konami_overlay():


# This is called in a new context when the konami code is entered.
label konami_code:

    "You just earned an additional 30 lives!"

    "While they might not be of much use in a dating sim, good for you!"