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Multiplayer Word Guessing Game Python

Make a multiplayer word guessing game using Python, easy for newbies!


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Omar The Dev

5 months ago | 10 min read
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I think you are bored, so you just clicked this blog right? Would like to know in the comments below๐Ÿ˜ !

Today's BLOG:

The Word Guessing Game

Made by Omar

I feel you are bored from programming and want to do something else right? Tell me in the comments. I also sometimes had the same thing ๐Ÿ˜‚ too. Funny, right ?

Without further talking, let's get into it!

1. The basics - Libraries

To start our guessing game, we need the help of librares which will make our code much easier, today we will need random library. Which will help us to choose a random word from a list of words given by us.

To import random let's put the following command!

import random # Import random library

from random import * # Import all submodules in random

1. The basics - Variables & Function for using random word

Also, we need variables which make our game functional and also fun! So let's create the variables we need for our game project.

# function for choosing random word.

def choose():

# list of word

words = ['rainbow', 'computer', 'science', 'programming',

'mathematics', 'player', 'condition', 'reverse',

'water', 'board', 'hashnode']

# choice() method randomly choose

# any word from the list.

pick = random.choice(words)

return pick

2. The real programming time - Dive in

So now lets start making the game functional to be able to played and enjoyed by user.

Part 1:

# Function for shuffling the

# characters of the chosen word.

def jumble(word):

# sample() method shuffling the characters of the word

random_word = random.sample(word, len(word))

# join() method join the elements

# of the iterator(e.g. list) with particular character .

jumbled = ''.join(random_word)

return jumbled

# Function for showing final score.

def thank(p1n, p2n, p1, p2):

print(p1n, 'Your score is :', p1)

print(p2n, 'Your score is :', p2)

# check_win() function calling

check_win(p1n, p2n, p1, p2)

print('Thanks for playing...')

# Function for declaring winner

def check_win(player1, player2, p1score, p2score):

if p1score > p2score:

print("winner is :", player1)

elif p2score > p1score:

print("winner is :", player2)

else:

print("Draw..Well Played guys..")

Part 2:

# Function for playing the game.

def play():

# enter player1 and player2 name

p1name = input("player 1, Please enter your name :")

p2name = input("Player 2 , Please enter your name: ")

# variable for counting score.

pp1 = 0

pp2 = 0

# variable for counting turn

turn = 0

# keep looping

while True:

# choose() function calling

picked_word = choose()

# jumble() function calling

qn = jumble(picked_word)

print("jumbled word is :", qn)

# checking turn is odd or even

if turn % 2 == 0:

# if turn no. is even

# player1 turn

print(p1name, 'Your Turn.')

ans = input("what is in your mind? ")

# checking ans is equal to picked_word or not

if ans == picked_word:

# incremented by 1

pp1 += 1

print('Your score is :', pp1)

turn += 1

else:

print("Better luck next time ..")

# player 2 turn

print(p2name, 'Your turn.')

ans = input('what is in your mind? ')

if ans == picked_word:

pp2 += 1

print("Your Score is :", pp2)

else:

print("Better luck next time...correct word is :", picked_word)

c = int(input("press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :"))

# checking the c is equal to 0 or not

# if c is equal to 0 then break out

# of the while loop o/w keep looping.

if c == 0:

# thank() function calling

thank(p1name, p2name, pp1, pp2)

break

else:

# if turn no. is odd

# player2 turn

print(p2name, 'Your turn.')

ans = input('what is in your mind? ')

if ans == picked_word:

pp2 += 1

print("Your Score is :", pp2)

turn += 1

else:

print("Better luck next time.. :")

print(p1name, 'Your turn.')

ans = input('what is in your mind? ')

if ans == picked_word:

pp1 += 1

print("Your Score is :", pp1)

else:

print("Better luck next time...correct word is :", picked_word)

c = int(input("press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :"))

if c == 0:

# thank() function calling

thank(p1name, p2name, pp1, pp2)

break

c = int(input("press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :"))

if c == 0:

# thank() function calling

thank(p1name, p2name, pp1, pp2)

break

# Driver code

if __name__ == '__main__':

# play() function calling

play()

We are done!

Let's try it, I will share the output with you, and would like to see your result too in the comments section ! ๐Ÿ˜

Output:

player 1, Please enter your name : Omar

Player 2 , Please enter your name: Texas

jumbled word is : darbo

Omar Your Turn.

what is in your mind? board

Your score is : 1

jumbled word is : ngioragmpmr

Texas Your turn.

what is in your mind? program

Better luck next time.. :

Omar Your turn.

what is in your mind? programming

Your Score is : 2

press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :1

jumbled word is : aronbiw

Texas Your turn.

what is in your mind? rainbow

Your Score is : 1

press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :0

Omar Your score is : 2

Texas Your score is : 1

winner is : Omar

Thanks for playing...

Output Screenshot:

Full code :

# Python program for jumbled words game.

# import random module

import random

# function for choosing random word.

def choose():

# list of word

words = ['rainbow', 'computer', 'science', 'programming',

'mathematics', 'player', 'condition', 'reverse',

'water', 'board', 'hashnode']

# choice() method randomly choose

# any word from the list.

pick = random.choice(words)

return pick

# Function for shuffling the

# characters of the chosen word.

def jumble(word):

# sample() method shuffling the characters of the word

random_word = random.sample(word, len(word))

# join() method join the elements

# of the iterator(e.g. list) with particular character .

jumbled = ''.join(random_word)

return jumbled

# Function for showing final score.

def thank(p1n, p2n, p1, p2):

print(p1n, 'Your score is :', p1)

print(p2n, 'Your score is :', p2)

# check_win() function calling

check_win(p1n, p2n, p1, p2)

print('Thanks for playing...')

# Function for declaring winner

def check_win(player1, player2, p1score, p2score):

if p1score > p2score:

print("winner is :", player1)

elif p2score > p1score:

print("winner is :", player2)

else:

print("Draw..Well Played guys..")

# Function for playing the game.

def play():

# enter player1 and player2 name

p1name = input("player 1, Please enter your name :")

p2name = input("Player 2 , Please enter your name: ")

# variable for counting score.

pp1 = 0

pp2 = 0

# variable for counting turn

turn = 0

# keep looping

while True:

# choose() function calling

picked_word = choose()

# jumble() function calling

qn = jumble(picked_word)

print("jumbled word is :", qn)

# checking turn is odd or even

if turn % 2 == 0:

# if turn no. is even

# player1 turn

print(p1name, 'Your Turn.')

ans = input("what is in your mind? ")

# checking ans is equal to picked_word or not

if ans == picked_word:

# incremented by 1

pp1 += 1

print('Your score is :', pp1)

turn += 1

else:

print("Better luck next time ..")

# player 2 turn

print(p2name, 'Your turn.')

ans = input('what is in your mind? ')

if ans == picked_word:

pp2 += 1

print("Your Score is :", pp2)

else:

print("Better luck next time...correct word is :", picked_word)

c = int(input("press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :"))

# checking the c is equal to 0 or not

# if c is equal to 0 then break out

# of the while loop o/w keep looping.

if c == 0:

# thank() function calling

thank(p1name, p2name, pp1, pp2)

break

else:

# if turn no. is odd

# player2 turn

print(p2name, 'Your turn.')

ans = input('what is in your mind? ')

if ans == picked_word:

pp2 += 1

print("Your Score is :", pp2)

turn += 1

else:

print("Better luck next time.. :")

print(p1name, 'Your turn.')

ans = input('what is in your mind? ')

if ans == picked_word:

pp1 += 1

print("Your Score is :", pp1)

else:

print("Better luck next time...correct word is :", picked_word)

c = int(input("press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :"))

if c == 0:

# thank() function calling

thank(p1name, p2name, pp1, pp2)

break

c = int(input("press 1 to continue and 0 to quit :"))

if c == 0:

# thank() function calling

thank(p1name, p2name, pp1, pp2)

break

# Driver code

if __name__ == '__main__':

# play() function calling

play()

You reached the end of the blog

I hope you liked it, don't forget to smash the like button, and comment for any new features for the game or new blogs, and see you IN THE NEXT!

Good day!

Kind regards,

~ Omar The Developer

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I am Omar. From Egypt. I started programming from a small age, and grew up and I am a freelancer and blogger.


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