@lynnesbian What does that slider under the current player indicator do?
Also, how do you implement this without arrays? A huge set of if statements?
@loke the slider indicates who's turn it is, it moves to 2/4 if it's players 2's turn for example
and yes, lots of if statements
@lynnesbian I think the reason why I love this so much is because it represents the innocence of a newboe programmer. The first project before one has started to become so bogged down in software architecture decision and visual design.
It's the playfulness of it that really shows why programming is fun. I wish I had my first code, but I usually didn't even save my work. I just turned the computer off and started a new project when I turned the computer back on.
@email@example.com's anti-chud pro-skub instance for funtimes