Like @DynamicSquid, I decided to do something random. (why not? :D) So, I made a short little text-based adventure game with a twist — all game dialogue is given through filenames! Essentially,
main.py removes itself and creates a new file, "<the dialogue>", and then runs that file as a python file. That file will then remove itself and create another file, etc etc. Surprisingly, it actually works — and the only interaction outside of the filenames is getting input through the console (which theoretically could've been done by asking the user to create a new file, but that would be cumbersome).
So, hope you enjoy! On small screens it might be best to open the
files tab a little wider so that the text doesn't get cut off.
NOTE: Don't use
filename.fuzzyastrocat.repl.run, since you won't be able to see the filenames! Instead, click on "open" below (or go here), and run the repl from there (click the run button).