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.
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
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
Dont ask for upvotes. I understand that it might give you motivation, but that is not justification to ask. If you want real upvotes, let the people themselves decide
I suggest that you dont bring "god" into this, many people practice different religions and have different views..
@EpicGamer007 I agree with your second thing but your first point is silly. People ask for upvotes all the time who cares if they do or don't it doesn't affect you in any way. It's like how people ask you to like and subscribe. Who cares if they do? I feel like this was overly negative.
@ChezTacoz , hmmm, i see what you mean, but what i see when he(or she) asks for upvotes, is motivation, i dont think asking for upvotes is real motivation. Ok, idc about him(or her) saying "upvote if you enjoyed" in the post. But if he(or she) says asks for people in the comments, then that is a bit more like begging to me, and I don't think that is real upvotes because most people will then upvote out of pity, etc. I also know it is motivation that keeps him(her) going, so if he(her) wants real motivation, let it come from the viewers of the post.
@Snowytrack , Go ahead and say the "upvote if you enjoyed" at the end of your post, i think that you should not ask people in the comments..
There's something wrong with your game.You should edit the Traceback (most recent call last):
File "main.py", line 184, in <module>
thePlayerChoice4 = int(input("Enter what you are going to do: "))
ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: '' Part
@KeenanBusch Why don't you go take your opinion somewhere else? You didn't even give me any feedback or anything, you just made fun of my game. What a clown we have here. I have some advice for you, dumbass. If you want to express your opinion, do it with some grace and respect, or even put actually helpful criticism. What you did was being a fucking jerk, so why don't you actually learn what being helpful is. Go fuck off dumbass.
@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' Connection closed abruptly
u should think about errors, like if u put invalid number, string or basically nothing. there should not be 3 path which only profit 1 thing and harm 2. there should be good, bad and worst answer for example so player have some fun thinking what to do.
Cool Project! Another thing, if you want i could teach you a thing or two about python :D. There are some tricks to shorten your code and make it coooooool
Everyone is talking about how you shouldn't bring God into something, but I don't see the point of complaining. No issue with bringing it in if you aren't pushing your own beliefs onto people.