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MAGMA: A game about not dying
posted to Share by Barry123

Coins aren't spawning for me.

Code Clicker
posted to Share by CoolGuy27

Oh, please, I'm one of those guys who gets 15,000 claps by himself on a Gimkit.

I'd be a failure if I didn't get at least that many in this game.

Stop Animation - Moral of The Story | Ep 1
posted to Share by ChezCoder

I upvoted and still got pooped on.

GAME - SURVIVE IN THE BOX RISK CHALLENGE 🧐
posted to Share by InvisibleOne

@InvisibleOne Found a glitch

Also


huH??

G.O.O.S.E (100 Cycles Special) :)
posted to Share by DannyIsCoding

There can only be one...

GAME - SURVIVE IN THE BOX RISK CHALLENGE 🧐
posted to Share by InvisibleOne

I'm coming for that top spot

The Potato Wars (Chapter 4!)
posted to Share by ThisUserTaken

@ThisUserTaken .lower() is generally used more for convenience, but okay.

Sanctuary Simulator (Beta)
posted to Share by BobTheTomatoPie

may be

Sanctuary Simulator (Beta)
posted to Share by BobTheTomatoPie

Mee6 is kinda overrated imo.
Nice project though

BATTLE
posted to Share by KrispyChiken

@PlaySoccer
Hah! What?

Human Worth Calculator
posted to Share by Axrevyn
Human Worth Calculator
posted to Share by Axrevyn

@TaylorLiang
Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.
Wait.

A Short Story Part 1 [Game] {200 special}
posted to Share by syflexer

So, how to use lower():
It's pretty simple.

This code

#This is a normal input
i = input("Type 'Hello' and press enter")
print(i)

will have an output of:

Hello

But

This code

#A .lower() input
i = input("Type 'Hello' and press enter").lower()
print(i)

will have an output of:

hello
TL;DR:

To use .lower() simply type it behind the input that you want to be lowercased.

thanks
A Short Story Part 1 [Game] {200 special}
posted to Share by syflexer

@syflexer Shall I demonstrate here, or can i get an invite?

A Short Story Part 1 [Game] {200 special}
posted to Share by syflexer

You should always use .lower() at the end of every input to make everything inputted into it lowercase. This removes any confusion over capitalizing the first letter in the words and everything.
Just remember to change the if/else statements to react only to lowercase strings.

Clicky Clicks Beta
posted to Share by syflexer

It would be great if the price changed automatically instead of making me do the math...cool game, though

Would anyone like to do a python story game with me?
posted to Ask by bigchungusmc

Hmm. Sounds interesting. What story game would you be interested in?

This is my first python animation!
posted to Share by HerculukeZeEpic

Nice work! I read your bio and gave you a subscribe :)

G.O.O.S.E (100 Cycles Special) :)
posted to Share by DannyIsCoding

Admit it. You still play this game, even though it's off of trending.

G.O.O.S.E (100 Cycles Special) :)
posted to Share by DannyIsCoding

I looked through the other comments - a harder difficulty with 5 digits would be a great addition, because once you get a technique, you can win in <10 tries.

Minesweeper v2
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

@DynamicSquid There's that one guy who pointed out a bunch of bugs - but he typed it in Korean, so I don't think anyone understood.

Minesweeper v2
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

@DynamicSquid So you can flag every tile and win?

Minesweeper v2
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

I uncovered all of the blank spots and lost.
Do you have to flag every mine in order to win?

Human Worth Calculator
posted to Share by Axrevyn

A nolife 5-year-old who doesn't listen to music, has an iPhone 11, and beat Minecraft is worth $5,050. Scandalous.

Human Worth Calculator
posted to Share by Axrevyn

@math_genius It would be a little difficult, but it doesn't make a difference: Since Androids are superior, all iPhones are worth the same amount of points.

[JAM] Game Engine
posted to Ask by AnthonyMouse

I don't have the skills for this, but I'd like to see if someone could actually make a game engine.

Hangman (not printing guessed letters)-python
posted to Ask by Aayan11

Instead of this:

# The word here is "word"
print("_ _ _ _")

You could use this:

letters = ["_","_","_","_"]
print(letters[0], letters[1], letters[2], letters[3])

The output would be

____

And if a letter would be guessed, simply redefine the letter.

# Someone guessed the letter "o"
letters[1] = "o"
print(letters[0], letters[1], letters[2], letters[3])

Output would now be

_o__

This is just a rough mock-up, so you'll have to change it a bit to fit it into your program. I can help you with it if you'd like.

Hangman (not printing guessed letters)-python
posted to Ask by Aayan11

Using variables and lists