Rayvel A.

@RayvelArjoon (88)
I like to program shtuff. Mostly HTML5 games using the Phaser 3 framework. Nothing much to see here; Move along now...
A social media platform on replit!
posted to Share by ironblockhd

It's really cool! It's truly nothing fancy though. The interface is also not that appealing. I like the signup page and how simple it is to make an account. Very well done! :)

Bye bye repl.it
posted to Share by Leroy01010

I am not a huge fan of Scratch, but if it's what you want to do, then go for it!

🚀 Creating a VueJS app: A tutorial for beginners 👏
posted to Tutorials by eankeen

@RahulChoubey1

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main(void) {
  cout << "That's cool" << endl;
}
🚀 Creating a VueJS app: A tutorial for beginners 👏
posted to Tutorials by eankeen
console.log('This is a nice tutorial!');
A simple idle game
posted to Share

If you take computer studies, computer science, or computer engineering, they teach you a lot of the cooler things you can do with programs. I suggest taking these courses through grade 10, as that's exactlly what I did. It makes creating your own programs and games easy. Those classes even helped me create my own version of "Asteroid". Your still pretty young, but you did a good job!

[ Game ] Anti-Social Mouse
posted to Share by Coder100


There's another one :O
This one was hard enough!
:(

My first post on repl.it: A quiz on Python
posted to Share by suryan1234

For your future reference, I would add comments. Comments orgranize your code and make it easier to refer to later. Also, add whitespace so your code isn't as crowded. Also, at the end, you print Your score is 4. It would be more visually appealing if you made it Your score is 4/4.

The Game That Has No Name (It rhymes)
posted to Share by python88

i like bananananananannanas

The Story Of Geoff PREVIEW
posted to Share by BrickBoston

Needs a lot of work. Add in some while statements that repeat code if the player provides an illogical answer. For example, you asked for an integer input on line 9, but if the player provides something other than those 2 numbers it should repeat the code and print out a statement that says something like, "That is not an option! What should you do ----> ". This way, it makes the game more user friendly and enjoyable. Also, instead of having a blank line for players to put in answers, you could do something like this example:
answer = input("----> ")
This gives players a friendly input feature that allows them to feel like they are playing a smoothly developed game. Furthermore, you should add the import library of time so you can slow down code execution so it doesn't print out dozens of lines in less than a second:
import time
print("This is an example")
time.sleep(1)
print("I am another line of code!")
The line where is says time.sleep(1), the value inside the brackets is a time in seconds.
You should try doing this to make your game styled better.
Also, try using functions for your battle sequences so that you use a lot less lines of code. It also makes your code easier to understand. Finally, add some whitespace so everything isn't crowded in the code window.
You did a good job with the story, though it could be developed a little more. Good job !

A simple idle game
posted to Share

Add some sort of animation on the side for every time you click something.

I made a 🐍Snake AI 💻
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

It's a little buggy (you can move back and kill yourself instantly; thus, restarting the game). The frames could probably be increased a little, and maybe the refresh rate of drawing on the canvas as well. The AI is also a little buggy when trying to get to the apples, but it's actually pretty good!

Bye bye repl.it
posted to Share by Leroy01010

@HyperGamerStuds Link your YouTube.

Bye bye repl.it
posted to Share by Leroy01010

@HyperGamerStuds And even if they weren't plagiarized, they are pretty bad.

Bye bye repl.it
posted to Share by Leroy01010

@HyperGamerStuds The files. I can see them

Bye bye repl.it
posted to Share by Leroy01010

@HyperGamerStuds They're also crazzy laggy and have a million bugs on them.

Bye bye repl.it
posted to Share by Leroy01010

@HyperGamerStuds Your emulators are flawed and plagiarized

Bye bye repl.it
posted to Share by Leroy01010

@HyperGamerStuds You can't hack the HTML and node.js straight from the browser. You're obviously a novice.

SortaCraft! [0.8 Alpha]
posted to Share by tussiez

It's awesome! It could obviously use a ton of work, but for making it an HTML5 game, it's really well done.

4 languages that can kill themselves
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

It's useless...
BUT IT'S TOO GOOD!!!!!!!!!

Colour Thingy
posted to Share by CodingCactus

@CodingCactus Did you buy these domains, or did you host them yourself?

Simple maze-solver.
posted to Share by KalleSjoholm1

That's pretty cool! I'm just not a fan of pygame because of how laggy and annoying to use it can be sometimes; but good job!

C++ Day 6!: Pointers!
posted to Tutorials by HahaYes

Why would you add:

using namespace std;

if you aren't using the standard namespace for your code. It doesn't seem to make sense.

Doubt
posted to Share by Pranav0810

Comparison operators include: ==, <, >, >=, <=

Comparison operators are used in conditional statements.

int main() {
  #include <iostream>
  using namespace std;
  int num = 2;
  int num2 = 6;
  if(num >= num2){
    std::cout << true;
  }else{
    std::cout << false;
  }
}

This statement means that if variable num is greater than variable num2, execute the character output true. Otherwise, output false;

Calculator With Working Queue and Problem Naming (500 Cycles Special)
posted to Share by BobTheTomatoPie

You should make this calculator a bit better by making it have functions for trigonometry. (Sine, Cosine, Tangent). You could also include logerithmic functions for people who would like to use that too.

I made TETRIS
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

@DynamicSquid You sly dog!
I mean squid

I made TETRIS
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

@DynamicSquid Well, you're using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, so technically it's an HTML5 game.

Coronavirus Statistics (Covid-19 Numbers)
posted to Share by RohilPatel

@RohilPatel You don't need divs just because you are using a library. Library or not, it doesn't change the amount of divs necessary. I'm just trying to help you. I've used many libraries, but that doesn't mean you need these divs. You're also being a bit lazy if you don't want to worry about CSS and having the library do it for you.

I made TETRIS
posted to Share by DynamicSquid

It's not too smooth. But it's okay. I'd also add small details to this HTML5 game and change the value in the <title> tag; maybe add some metadata too. Also, try using a framework to add to some of the possibilities with game physics and data. I suggest maybe p5 or Phaser.

🐍 Snake Game! 🎮
posted to Share by xNick

Pygame is a little wacky sometimes. Try using Phaser.js for something like this; maybe try making this into an HTML5 game.