brinkiepie

3/31/2016 - 8:32 AM

```
import random
import copy
#import time
#Sample Game Board
gameBoard = [
["#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#"],
["#"," "," "," "," "," "," "," ","#"," "," ","#"],
["#"," "," "," "," "," "," "," ","#"," "," ","#"],
["#"," "," "," "," "," "," "," ","#"," "," ","#"],
["#"," "," "," "," "," "," "," "," "," "," ","#"],
["#"," "," "," "," "," "," "," ","#"," "," ","#"],
["#"," "," "," "," "," "," "," ","#"," "," ","#"],
["#"," "," "," "," "," "," "," ","#"," "," ","#"],
["#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#","#"]
]
lightBoard = []
#Defining globals
currentPlayerX = -1
currentPlayerY = -1
lightRadiusMax = -1
def distanceFromPlayer(startX, startY, goalX, goalY):
global gameBoard
cellsToCheck = []
distances = []
width = len(gameBoard[0])
height = len(gameBoard)
for y in range(height):
distances.append([None]*width)
def drawMap(initialY=None, initialX=None):
for y in range(height):
for x in range(width):
if x == initialX and y == initialY:
cell = '-'
elif x == startX and y == startY:
cell = '*'
elif gameBoard[y][x] == "#":
cell = "#"
else:
cell = distances[y][x] or '.'
print( "%s " % cell, end='' )
print()
print("-----------------------------")
def addSurroundedCells(initialY, initialX):
# set distance of surrounding cells
distance = distances[initialY][initialX]
for y in range(-1,2):
for x in range(-1,2):
#if abs(x + y) == 1: # disallow diagonal movements
if x != 0 or y != 0:
if gameBoard[y+initialY][x+initialX] != "#" and distances[y+initialY][x+initialX] is None:
cellsToCheck.append([y+initialY, x+initialX])
distances[y+initialY][x+initialX] = distance + 1
# for testing
#print(cellsToCheck)
#drawMap(initialY, initialX)
#time.sleep(0.5)
# check next cell, if any
if len(cellsToCheck) > 0:
addSurroundedCells(*cellsToCheck.pop(0))
# start cell checking
distances[startY][startX] = 0
addSurroundedCells(startY, startX)
# draw map (for debugging)
drawMap()
return distances[goalY][goalX]
#function flood
#Params:
# lightBoard: array, starts off empty
# x: int, current x position to check, starts off as players starting x
# y: int, current y position to check, starts off as players starting y
# oldChard: char, character to replace
# fillChar: char, character to replace with
#Return:
# returns the completed lightBoard
def flood(lightBoard, x, y, oldChar, fillChar):
#Calling globals in function
global currentPlayerX
global currentPlayerY
global lightRadiusMax
global gameBoard
#Defining length and width of board
width = len(gameBoard[0])
height = len(gameBoard)
#Ensures only empty spaces get overwritten
if oldChar == None:
oldChar = lightBoard[y][x]
if lightBoard[y][x] == "#":
return
if lightBoard[y][x] == " ":
oldChar = lightBoard[y][x]
if lightBoard[y][x] == oldChar:
#Restricts flooding to within the light radius
if (lightRadiusMax >= abs(currentPlayerX-x)) and (lightRadiusMax >= abs(currentPlayerY-y)):
if distanceFromPlayer(currentPlayerX,currentPlayerY,x,y) <= lightRadiusMax:
#Change to empty space into a '.'
lightBoard[y][x] = fillChar
#The following if statements recursively call flood depending on the x/y values
if (lightRadiusMax == abs(currentPlayerX-x)) and (lightRadiusMax == abs(currentPlayerY-y)):
flood(lightBoard, x+1, y+1, oldChar, fillChar)
if x > 0:
flood(lightBoard, x-1, y, oldChar, fillChar)
if y > 0:
flood(lightBoard, x, y-1, oldChar, fillChar)
if x < width-1:
flood(lightBoard, x+1, y, oldChar, fillChar)
if y < height-1:
flood(lightBoard, x, y+1, oldChar, fillChar)
def gameFlow():
#Calling Globals in function
global currentPlayerX
global currentPlayerY
global gameBoard
global lightRadiusMax
global lightBoard
#Game Loop
while(1):
#Creates a copy of the gameBoard
lightBoard = copy.deepcopy(gameBoard)
#Calls flood
flood(lightBoard, currentPlayerX, currentPlayerY, None, ".")
#Gets rid of walls outside light radius
for y,i in enumerate(lightBoard):
for x,j in enumerate(i):
if not (lightRadiusMax >= abs(currentPlayerX-x)) or not (lightRadiusMax >= abs(currentPlayerY-y)):
#print("Player X is " + str(currentPlayerX) + " and x is " + str(x))
#print("Player Y is " + str(currentPlayerY) + " and y is " + str(y))
if j == "#":
lightBoard[y][x] = " "
#Places the player
lightBoard[currentPlayerY][currentPlayerX] = "@"
#Prints the new board
for row in lightBoard:
for item in row:
print(item,end="")
print("")
#Asks for movement
moveDirection = input("What would you like to do?\nMove (N,S,E,W) or (Q)uit: ")
moveDirection = moveDirection.lower()
#Sets the new player position according to the input
if moveDirection == "n":
if gameBoard[currentPlayerY-1][currentPlayerX] == "#":
print("Don't move into walls!")
else:
currentPlayerY -= 1
if moveDirection == "s":
if gameBoard[currentPlayerY+1][currentPlayerX] == "#":
print("Don't move into walls!")
else:
currentPlayerY += 1
if moveDirection == "e":
if gameBoard[currentPlayerY][currentPlayerX+1] == "#":
print("Don't move into walls!")
else:
currentPlayerX += 1
if moveDirection == "w":
if gameBoard[currentPlayerY][currentPlayerX-1] == "#":
print("Don't move into walls!")
else:
currentPlayerX -= 1
if moveDirection == "q":
print("Thanks for playing!")
exit(0)
def startGame():
#Calling Globals in function
global currentPlayerX
global currentPlayerY
global lightRadiusMax
currentPlayerX = 4
currentPlayerY = 4
#Asks for light radius, -1 because the players position counts as 1 (assuming from the sample output)
lightRadiusMax = int(input("Enter your light radius: "))-1
#Avoids a negative radius
if lightRadiusMax < 0:
print("Please enter a light radius larger than 0")
exit(0)
#distanceFromPlayer(currentPlayerX, currentPlayerY, 4, 4)
gameFlow()
startGame()
```