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plant3jyyehejy (16)

i have no idea what to make...

I am still relatively new to python (little more than 2 months) and i need something to make
Im fairly good with

Imports
Functions
If/elif/else
Input
Saving files
Turtle
os
Json
Time
Termcolor
Lists
Dictionaries

I dont understand

Classes
Pygame
Pytorch
Playing sounds (keep geting a error about 'gi', im using Linux)
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RYANTADIPARTHI (6018)

here are some you can make.

  • hangman
  • adventure game
  • typing game
  • UNO
  • 2048
  • quiz
  • calculator
  • age calculator
  • future age calculator
  • guessing game
  • random word generator
  • random number generator
  • magic 8 ball

Ping me if you need more

plant3jyyehejy (16)

i just recently posted a re-worked version of a game i made a while ago when i was first learnig the if/elif/else statements @RYANTADIPARTHI

OldWizard209 (1531)

There are many things you can make.
Using turtle, there is a great tutorial on making a game using classes.
Here is the link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUoJjHOlY24&list=PLlEgNdBJEO-kK78GXDVzytiZlJtCyiFyW

Hope this helps to increase your knowledge on classes.
You can next work on a typing speed test, text-based adventure, hangman, tic tac toe and many other games and programs. Maybe make a quiz if you wish or a simulator.

You can also start Machine Learning, or Web Dev/Scraping using Python. Learn Django or Flask. There are endless opportunities out there.

About classes, there is an amazing tutorial on repl.it about advanced Python concepts which includes Classes: Here is that link:
https://repl.it/talk/learn/Python-Advanced-Concepts-Explanation/7382

Pygame tutorials which helped me a LOT:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfWpgLFMI7w

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO6qQDNa2UY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6xMBig-pP4&list=PLzMcBGfZo4-lp3jAExUCewBfMx3UZFkh5

Hope these help.

DrHalloween (14)

I notice it says you don't understand Pygame.
I've been using these amazing tutorials which basically give you a walkthrough of how to make a game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6xMBig-pP4

And, if you don't feel confident enough to do that, you could simply do a "choose your adventure" game.