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Python text adventure ISS Emergency!

Posted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 8:46 pm
by Magic Knight
Here;s a beginners level text adventure for you to play with.
ISS Emergency! is an 8-bit style verb/noun text adventure.
Enjoy.

https://trinket.io/python/7e14055ca7?to ... 0NypyA-iPs

Re: Python text adventure ISS Emergency!

Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2018 7:13 am
by jdonald
Nice work. Took me a while but I saved the ISS.

Some feedback (spoiler alert):

• This seems to be written in British English as you referred to the flashlight as a torch.
• Figuring out the password for the computer [should matter].
• [Distinguish the two types of screwdrivers]
• "fix" is a nice short synonym for repair.
• "Violence won't help here"... except in one case.

Re: Python text adventure ISS Emergency!

Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2018 11:08 am
by Magic Knight
Glad you enjoyed the game and thanks for the comments, very useful.
I've made some changes to the game as suggested.
Could you try it again and see what you think now.
Also maybe edit your previous comment so as not to give too much away ;)
Thanks MK.

Re: Python text adventure ISS Emergency!

Posted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:55 am
by nobbit
Loving it! Good work.

Re: Python text adventure ISS Emergency!

Posted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 4:18 pm
by jdonald
Awesome, removed some of the spoilers from my comment above.

Looks like I can kick the locker now, just can't punch it :)

Played through the game another time. This time of course it went faster, but when I got to the end I noticed I couldn't examine the "Spotless white tables" with x tables -> "You notice nothing unusual." The player was required to type it as a singular "x table".

Re: Python text adventure ISS Emergency!

Posted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 4:37 pm
by Magic Knight
A final tweak made and we're done. Thanks again for the feedback.
I've made the code into a sort of framework layout so that its easy to re-use to create further games.
I'll be back :D

BTW it should also be easy for anyone else to create a game, if they want to ....
In Trinket, just click on the pencil icon and copy the code onto your computer.
You will need main.py and adventure_classes.py
You don't even need to know Python that well, just edit/copy whats already there.
Will work on Python 2 and 3
Have fun ....