Look into the python time module, you can use either time.time() and compare start times and end times or use time.sleep(duration)
Honestly, I think that this is the best game in the competition right now!
@Galamphin Yeah, Bootsrap is just an open source 3rd party toolkit for the web (so in that sense it is similar to Pygame for Python). you can just use the Boostrap cdns (meaning you don't have to download anything) to start using bootstrap. In the beginning, it may seem a bit hard, but eventually it gets easier.
Also if you want to see just a bootstrap button example: https://repl.it/@argthe1st/Bootstrap-selecting-dropdown
Instead of deepcopy you can just do myvar = [i for i in mylist] or myvar = mylist[:]
@mkhoi I'm not really sure how you would go about doing that if you are doing it in the terminal, as when you get an input, you have to wait for the user, therefore, making you unable to display the time as seen here (https://repl.it/@argthe1st/SuburbanFrenchPoint, also something weird happens when you hold enter down). But if you are doing it in/with some sort of game library like pygame, then you would just have to do what I did in the program above