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How To Make An Infinite Game In Python 3

Hey there! In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to make an infinite game.You will need to know some things about Python before you get started, though. So, without further ado, let’s get started!

(oh god this phrase is used too much)

Imports

For this tutorial, we’ll only import one thing: random. Type import random in the program code and you should be good to go!

The Variables

Now, make a list storing two values: the strings left and right. Then, create a variable storing the score of your player, and set it to zero.

left_or_right = [“left”, “right”]
score = 0

The REAL Code

Ok, so now we can get on to the actual code. First, we make a while loop
that runs forever using while True:. Then we put an input so the user can type left or right in, and we assign a variable which holds a random.choice value to pick left or right randomly.

while True:
inpt = input(“Choose left or right: “)
choosed = random.choice(left_or_right)

Now we add a few if statements to finish.

The code that I’m going to show you means: if choosed is the same as as the input given by the player, but not always having the same capitalization, then the hallway is safe and your score goes up by one, else, say Game Over, display your score, and break from the loop.

while True:
inpt = input(“Choose left or right: “)
choosed = random.choice(left_or_right)
if input.lower() == choosed:
print(“The hallway is safe!”)
score += 1
else:
print(“Game over!”)
print(“Score: “ + str(score))
break

The str() is VERY important. If you don’t wrap it around the score variable in the last print statement, it will show an error.

If you combine all these code together, you get a simple infinite game! You can always add more things to your infinite game program.