Holly Caulfield

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I am a beginner and can I have feedback?
posted to Share by adamseider2009

@adamseider2009 sorry maybe I wasn't clear with what I typed.

your game starts with this:

play_first_game = input("Would you like to play guessing game? ").lower()

Then the user inputs something onto the terminal, if they do "yes", this happens:

if play_first_game != "yes":
print("Then The Classic Rock, Paper, Scissor it is!!!")

This starts the rock paper scissors game and is followed by:

play_second_game = input ("Do you want to play Rock, Paper, Scissors Y/N")

But if in response to:
play_first_game = input("Would you like to play guessing game? ").lower()

The user enters "Y", the terminal just shows "Your Guess:".

I think you could have it so that:

play_first_game = input("Would you like to play guessing game? ").lower()

The user gives the input 'Y'

then next the terminal displays something like this:

You are going to play a game where you guess a number against the computer.
Your guess:

Also sorry for formatting still getting used to this!

I am a beginner and can I have feedback?
posted to Share by adamseider2009

I like it! I think you could add in that the user is playing the guess the number against the computer game if they respond with "yes". When the user responds with "Y" it tells them it will be rock, paper, scissors

Wack a Mole
posted to Share by AndrewZhao1

This is pretty sweet!