Purpose of the game is to guess words from a defined set by guessing their letters. It is played by two players. The player guessing the word first wins.
Player 1 starts, he sees a blank user interface displaying
- placeholders (_ _ _ _ ) that equal the number of letters in the word
- an input field below were only one letter can be written (capital letters only)
After 5 guesses (no matter if right or wrong), the user interface switches to player 2, who is displayed exactly the same user interface as player 1, but of course without being able to see prior guesses of player 1. After 5 guesses, the interface switches again to player 1 and so on.
As soon as one player has guessed all letters successfully and found the word, the game is over and the player wins. The user interface shows “Player 1 (or 2) wins”.
Please implement a list of 100 possible words of your choice (no matter what).
The budget is fixed. Feel free to contact me for further questions.
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Hi there, Yes I am interested. I am also expert in GUIs in Python. I am really able to build your game. I have developed words finding related game already. Best regards, Ishaq
Hi I'm ready for the project. I'm an expert in Python development I read your specification and I'm sure I can do it well Please give me a chance to work for you
I am very eager to get this project because I had made similar project earlier .like the master mind game where i have to identify the correct pattern of color from a set of known color and we get 10 guesses.
Your project is ready. Just look at it and say is it right. Contact me to send you code. It was an interesting project for me, so I decided to implement it. Money is not problem
I am a software engineer graduate who worked on Python for more than 3 semesters. Additionally, I have done my internship using python to create a CRM system.
Hi, I believe that your program is certainly doable, and would not need anything more complicated than "if", "while" and a few lines of additional code. Hiring an expert would be rather overdoing it, don't you think?