The 2 games.

I have actually made a game. 2 games.

This is the first.

And this is the second.

Let me explain.

The second one is called a memory puzzle. You have to get all the tiles to stay upright. If you flip 2 tiles and they have the same shape and colour, they stay like that. However, if anything different, they both flip over. The amount of tiles are 16 but I can always change it. And don’t try and change it. The tiles are random. Trust me.

The first one was a slide puzzle. It’s a work in progress, but I have the slide ready. The aim of the game is to make the puzzle fit. As you can see, there is 1 blank space. There, you can put any tile touching it(not including diagonal in touching).

The running of the game is actually really simple. There are 3 things in a game. The visual, the state and the event. The visual is what appears on your screen. The state is the form of the objects. The event is when you do something which triggers another thing.

If you want to do this, you might need somethings. But there is 1 thing you need most of all. This thing is called a programming language. The one i used is called Python.

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