If you look up onworks on google it's pretty much the same thing but better
been such a long time since i've heard of beyblades; brings back good memories
This is very interesting! Little hint: it would be a bit more convenient if you added string.lower for those if statements so that they don't have to capitalize every word. For example:
import string # MAKE SURE YOU DO THIS! # foo = input('Would you like to try this out? [Y/N] >>') if string.lower(foo) == 'y': print('User said yes') elif string.lower(foo) == 'n': print('User said no')
Interesting but can be very easy to crack. Not going to hate on you for that as everyone starts off that way but you should create some security, such as encoding every password in an MD5 and then encoding password input in MD5.
I made your login prompt more secure by encrypting your password in an MD5 and making uchoice so that it converts to MD5 and checks if the two hashes are the same. https://repl.it/@Tricksyz/detective-log-in