✨✨Survival Game✨✨| 👹👹Try and Survive👹👹
Snowytrack (192)

IMPORTANT NOTE

This was coded a long time ago, about like 2-3 months ago, when I first learned Python. My programming skills have gotten better, just a note.

Welcome to....

✊✊SURVIVAL GAME✊✊

Ok, no need to be too over-dramatic here.

However, it does have a lot of features, and it is generally fun to play!

(Also, I want to get into some visual games next, so if anyone in the community is interested in helping me out, please contact me!)


So what is the game about? 🤔🤔

Well, it has many interesting features, such as:

  • Different points and perks

  • Interesting scenarios

  • And more!

Enjoy! 🤗🤗


Hey you! Yes you! The person who is reading this right now! If you enjoy my programs, then consider upvoting; its free, it takes like two seconds, and it does help me out a lot. Thanks! 😀😀

Side Note: If this repl hits about 10 upvotes, I will add new content to the game. So make sure to upvote :P

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Snowytrack (192)

@JavaMaster1 you pressed enter, and since the program is only going to look at ints, it gives a bug

Whacko (263)

@Snowytrack You should make it choose a random option if your answer is not valid.

Snowytrack (192)

@JavaMaster1 Yeah, but wouldn’t that ruin the whole point of the game by making it random? Also, the reason why I made it so that it bugs whenever you make a mistake is to educate the player that actions have consequences, like a story choosing game.

Whacko (263)

@Snowytrack No, if the option is one that doesn't exist, like let's say I put in hdjfh and press enter, then it would say this:

Sorry, that's not an option, so we chose a random option.
You did (random option)

I mean, it would be better than this:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "main.py", line 307, in <module>
    thePlayerChoice6 = int(input("Enter what you are going to do:"))
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'd'

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