A couple of months ago, I started investigating free libraries for developing isometric games in Python.
So I decided to start my own, which I've called pyso.
As a starting point, in particular because I have no experience with either pygame or writing isometric games, I've just cleaned up Pyplace (which was, how shall I say this politely, quite idiosyncratic in parts).
You can get my initial effort at:
It currently is really just the last Pyplace release taken apart, cleaned up a little and put back together again.
The next release will likely be quite different and more my own work.
The original post had 12 comments I'm in the process of migrating over.