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I’ve been writing my own ‘choose your own adventure’ game. This is an example of how I did the intro class:
from Text import introText as chapter from clint.textui import prompt class Introduction: def __init__(self): self.scene_start() def scene_b(self): print_part(chapter.part_B) choice = prompt.options('Choose 1, 2 or 3', chapter.B_options) if choice == '1': self.scene_c() elif choice == '2': self.scene_d() elif choice == '3': self.scene_e() def scene_c(self): print_part(chapter.part_C) choice = prompt.options('Choose 1 or 2', chapter.C_options) if choice == '1': self.scene_f() elif choice == '2': self.scene_g()
It works, but as a I finished the intro I realized I have 5 chapters, each over 8 ‘parts’. I don’t want to add more classes and hard-code the scenes, ideas on how I would have 1 or 2 classes that would run the choices (maybe following a json) for the whole game?
Your comment about running choices in JSON would be the best approach. That way you could write a function that essentially just grabs the scene that you want to return to the player. You could nest specific choices in the same way your leaves of the story cascade down.
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