However, you can use the Oneiric builds with precise just as well, and they're built with librocket.
A sample can be found here: https://github.com/nemesis13/Azure--Inf ... sample.zip
After unpacking start it by running
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The sample consists of a simple main menu with a few entries, of which "adventure" prints a string to stdout, "quick game", "options" and "credits" show a full-screen modal dialog with some text on it and "exit", which quits the application. In the background you should see an airplane hanging around.
The rocket-included debugger is also activated by default. I leave it to the reader to disable it at will. (It's in test.py)
I hope it helps. If you have questions, just shoot it out.
Here two screenshots of how it's supposed to look:
PS: please don't search for the project, it's paused for at least a few years.