Code Challenge 20 - Object Oriented Programming Fun - Review

PyBites, Mon 29 May 2017, Challenges

adventure, codechallenges, dunder, games, inheritance, karma, learning, object oriented, OOP, Rooms, Twilio, warcraft

It's review time again. Wow: challenge #20 already! We can't believe we have worked through so many already. We also keep receiving amazing PRs, awesome!

Submissions

This was a great challenge. We got to play with OOP and learned a couple of things.

Rooms is a humble and simple Framework to create adventure games with Python. A player has an inventory and moves between Rooms, interacting with Actors.

    $ python rooms.py

    ...
    ...
    This normal looking room has a weird guy standing against the wall

    -=-

    Here I see a weird guy that I don't know. he looks friendly..

    Actions:
    1) Talk to the friendly weird guy I don't know
    2) Inventory

    Exits:
    3) A place with a strange aura

    Choose your action / exit: 1

    Take this botato, use is wisely!

    Received 1 Holy Botato!

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    ...

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