2019-05-07 10:49:30

Hi!
I have a question. Can We programm an incremental games using Python, or not?
How can We do that?
Thank You.
Marco

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2019-05-07 11:26:41

What do you mean by incremental? Its perfectly possible to write offline games, and to gradually work on them, though without an online update system it would involve people downloading the latest version, which still a thing in a number of places.

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2019-05-07 12:16:36

Incremental games are known, as clicker games, or iddle games.

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2019-05-07 12:46:41

Yeah, it is possible in virtually every language, even the shitty BGT

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2019-05-07 17:32:56

Someone released a cookie clicker game in BGT.
I'm not sure where it is, but I think it's the same developer who released your adventure.

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2019-05-07 20:57:47

Sure, it's possible. As for doing it, you do it just like anything else. Create classes, figure out numbers (The difficult part), come up with the content... I feel like for those types of games more goes into balancing them and less goes into coding.

Coding is not hard. No, not at all.
What is hard is making code that accepts different and sometimes unexpected types of input and still works.
This is what truly takes a large amount of effort on a developer's part.

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