This game of battleship has a 1x1 battleship randomly generated in a 5x5 board. The player has 4 guesses to guess the exact location of the ship. Each miss is marked with a "X" and a "V" is put in place of the battleship's location if you guess it correctly. The coordinates of the ship are given after you run out of guesses.
This game of Rock, Paper, Scissors is played between the computer and the user. The choice is given in all lowercase and standard rules for the game apply. After 10 rounds, the scores are tallied and the player with the higher round wins is the winner and the number of wins is displayed at the end.
Lets you create cars and store them in a Garage. You can drive cars, you can repair them, refuel them and change their tires. You can also specify whether the car is electric or not.
The user creates their own car and the drive function drives the car and displays statistics on how the drive went
Asks a user to guess a number and gives hints to the user based on how close the users guess is. Displays Users statistics about their games.
Play rock paper scissors with a computer as many times as you want
When provided with a MadLibs file that has specified parts of speech can take in user input to create a MadLib