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Supericy

Snake Game!

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HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Terminate")
Func Terminate()
    Exit 0
EndFunc

#include <StaticConstants.au3>
#include <GUIConstants.au3>

guicreate("Snake", 500,500)
guisetstate(@sw_show)

global $direction = 1, $bx = 10, $by = 485, $moves = 1, $ai, $up, $down, $left, $right
dim $bxold[2]
dim $byold[2]
global $direction1 = 1, $bx1 = 485, $by1 = 485, $moves1 = 1
dim $bxold1[2]
dim $byold1[2]
;$bxold[0] = 20
;$byold[0] = 470
;$bxold1[0] = 470
;$byold1[0] = 470

$direction = 1
$direction1 = 1

$inst = guictrlcreatelabel("Player vs Computer" & @crlf & @crlf & "You can go through the walls.", 200, 200, 100, 75, $SS_CENTER)
$start = guictrlcreatebutton("Start", 225,300,50,20)

guictrlcreatelabel("",$bx,$by,5,5)
guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0x0000FF)
guictrlcreatelabel("",$bx1,$by1,5,5)
guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0xFF0000)

for $i = 0 to 500 step 10
    guictrlcreatelabel("",$i,490,10,10)
    guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0x000000)
next
for $i = 0 to 500 step 10
        guictrlcreatelabel("",490, $i,10,10)
        guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0x000000)
next
for $i = 0 to 500 step 10
        guictrlcreatelabel("",$i,0,10,10)
        guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0x000000)
next
for $i = 0 to 500 step 10
    guictrlcreatelabel("",0, $i,10,10)
    guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0x000000)
next
guisetstate(@sw_show)

while 1
    $msg = guigetmsg()
    Select
        case $msg = $gui_event_close
            exit 0
        Case $msg = $start
            guictrlsetdata($inst, "Start in 3...")
                sleep(500)
            guictrlsetdata($inst, "Start in 2...")
                sleep(500)
            guictrlsetdata($inst, "Start in 1...")
                sleep(500)
            guictrlsetdata($inst, "GO!")
                sleep(500)
            guictrldelete($start)
            guictrldelete($inst)
            oneplayer()
    endselect
    sleep(25)
wend


func oneplayer() ;PLAYERS = 1------asdasdasd----------------------------------------------------
hotkeyset("{w}", "up")
hotkeyset("{s}", "down")
hotkeyset("{a}", "left")
hotkeyset("{d}", "right")
while 1
;blue BOX BELOW HERE------asdasdasd------------------------------------------------------------------

    select ;1=up 2=down 3=left 4=right
        case $direction = 1
            $by -= 5 ;$by = 270
        case $direction = 2
            $by += 5
        case $direction = 3
            $bx -= 5
        case $direction = 4
            $bx += 5
    endselect
    
    guictrlcreatelabel("",$bx,$by,5,5)
    guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0x0000FF)
    
    if ($bx > 490 or $bx < 10) or ($by > 490 or $by < 10) then
        select
            case $bx > 490
                $bx = 10
            case $bx < 10
                $bx = 490
            case $by > 490
                $by = 5
            case $by < 10
                $by = 490
        endselect
    endif
    for $i = 0 to ($moves-1) step 1
        if (($by = $byold[$i]) and ($bx = $bxold[$i])) or (($by = $byold1[$i]) and ($bx = $bxold1[$i])) then
            msgbox(0, "Lose", "Blue loses")
            exit 0
        endif
    next
    
    $moves += 1
    redim $bxold[$moves+1]
    redim $byold[$moves+1]
    $bxold[$moves] = $bx
    $byold[$moves] = $by

;RED COMPUTER BELOW ---asdasdasd-------------------------------------------------------------------

    $up = checkup()
    $down = checkdown()
    $left = checkleft()
    $right = checkright()
    
    $up1 = checkup1()
    $down1 = checkdown1()
    $left1 = checkleft1()
    $right1 = checkright1()
    
    ;msgbox(0,"hsf",$up & @crlf & $down & @crlf & $left & @crlf & $right & @crlf & $by1 & @crlf & $bx1 & @crlf)

    select ;1=up 2=down 3=left 4=right
        case ($by1-5 > 5) and $direction1 <> 2 and $up = 0 and $up1 = 0
            $direction1 = 1
        case ($bx1-5 > 5) and $direction1 <> 4 and $left = 0 and $left1 = 0
            $direction1 = 3
        case ($bx1+5 < 485) and $direction1 <> 3 and $right = 0 and $right1 = 0
            $direction1 = 4
        case ($by1+5 < 485) and $direction1 <> 1 and $down = 0 and $down1 = 0
            $direction1 = 2
    endselect
    
    select ;1=up 2=down 3=left 4=right
        case $direction1 = 1
            $by1 -= 5
        case $direction1 = 2
            $by1 += 5
        case $direction1 = 3
            $bx1 -= 5
        case $direction1 = 4
            $bx1 += 5
        case else
    endselect
    
    guictrlcreatelabel("",$bx1,$by1,5,5)
    guictrlsetbkcolor(-1, 0xFF0000)

    if ($bx1 > 490 or $bx1 < 10) or ($by1 > 490 or $by1 < 10) then
        select
            case $bx1 > 490
                $bx1 = 10
            case $bx1 < 10
                $bx1 = 490
            case $by1 > 490
                $by1 = 5
            case $by1 < 10
                $by1 = 490
        endselect
    endif
    for $i = 0 to ($moves1-1) step 1
        if (($by1 = $byold1[$i]) and ($bx1 = $bxold1[$i])) or (($by1 = $byold[$i]) and ($bx1 = $bxold[$i])) then
            msgbox(0, "Lose", "Red loses")
            exit 0
        endif
    next
    
    $moves1 += 1
    redim $bxold1[$moves1+1]
    redim $byold1[$moves1+1]
    $bxold1[$moves1] = $bx1
    $byold1[$moves1] = $by1
    sleep(25)
wend
endfunc

func up()
    $direction = 1
endfunc
func down()
    $direction = 2
endfunc
func left()
    $direction = 3
endfunc
func right()
    $direction = 4
endfunc


func checkup()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($by1-5) = $byold[$i]) and ($bx1 = $bxold[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
endfunc

func checkdown()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($by1+5) = $byold[$i]) and ($bx1 = $bxold[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
endfunc

func checkleft()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($bx1-5) = $bxold[$i]) and ($by1 = $byold[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
endfunc

func checkright()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($bx1+5) = $bxold[$i]) and ($by1 = $byold[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
    endfunc
    
func checkup1()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($by1-5) = $byold1[$i]) and ($bx1 = $bxold1[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
endfunc

func checkdown1()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($by1+5) = $byold1[$i]) and ($bx1 = $bxold1[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
endfunc

func checkleft1()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($bx1-5) = $bxold1[$i]) and ($by1 = $byold1[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
endfunc

func checkright1()
        for $i = 0 to $moves1 step 1
            if (($bx1+5) = $bxold1[$i]) and ($by1 = $byold1[$i]) then
                return 1
            endif
        next
endfunc

Updated to no longer require image files.

I understand that this is probably the most ineffective way of making this type of game, but who cares, it works!

I also have a functional 2 player version, but i am planning on adding more options to it and combining this 1 player version with it.

Controls:

w - up

s - down

a - left

d - right

Edited by Supericy

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You could make this a bit easier for other people to use by just using labels and setting them to colors... black would be 0.. and red would be something like 0xFF0000 (I think).. Then just use GUICtrlSEtBkColor($label).


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You could make this a bit easier for other people to use by just using labels and setting them to colors... black would be 0.. and red would be something like 0xFF0000 (I think).. Then just use GUICtrlSEtBkColor($label).

Yeah, i should have thought of using that in the first place. I updated it to use that, no longer need the image files.

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I would suggest using bigger squares.. right now I can't really make precise turns.. it usually ends up being 2 or 3 off..

Also, if you're going to let people move through walls I would probably just leave the black wall off..

The AI seems to work pretty well.. I also like how the game starts, nice, simple and functional.


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