During recent visit to my native village, sitting at my cousin’s shop and playing with his android phone discovered Qpython on Android play store.
QPython is a script engine running on Android devices like phone or tablet, It embeds the python interpreter, console, editor, SL4A library for android, which can make android device run python script or project.
Downloaded it promptly and just for trial wrote a small python game.
Reverse, a game I saw in old HP calculator, is a simple text based game. The user is presented with a sequence of numbers from 1 to 9, the aim of the user is to arrange the number in 123456789 sequence in as short moves as possible.
""" Reverse: The user is presented with a sequence of numbers from 1 to 9, the aim of the game is to arrange the numbers in 123456789 sequence in as short moves as possible. @author Sukhbinder """ import random x = range(1,10) b = range(1,10) def ch(n): global x x[:n] = x[n-10::-1] return None def level(stage): global x for i in range(stage+3): j = random.randrange(1,10) ch(j) return None ans=1 stage=1 while (ans == 1): turns=0 level(stage) print "Level:",stage,"Min. Turns:",stage+3 while (x != b): print b print x num= input('Enter num:') ch(num) turns +=1 print "S O L V E D !" print x print "You took ",turns,"turns" stage +=1 ans = input('Press 1 to Play Next Level: ')