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Competitive Macbeth Handheld Game - Sense HAT for RPi and Python
import random
import time
from sense_hat import SenseHat
from subprocess import call
sh = SenseHat()
sh.set_rotation(90)
sh.show_message("Let's begin Act I...", text_colour=[0, 50, 220], scroll_speed=.055)
time.sleep(4) ###These variables can be edited. Start the game however you'd like.###
replies = ['Scene 1, Ln 12-3',
'Scene 3, Ln 14-5',
'High five Roman +1',
'Scene 6, Ln 87-9',
'Chicken Dance +2',]###These can all be edited, as they are examples. Shorter is better, depending on your scroll speed.###
while True: ###This is using the movement data from the SenseHAT. You're more than welcome to play around. The higher the number, the more rapid the acceleration.###
x, y, z = sh.get_accelerometer_raw().values()
x = abs(x)
y = abs(y)
z = abs(z)
if x > 2 or y > 2 or z > 2 :
sh.show_message(random.choice(replies), text_colour=[0, 50, 220], scroll_speed=.055) ###If you want to edit how the random responses look.###
elif x==0 and y==0 and z==0 :###This isn't working. I'll update when it's figured out. For right now, after the game is finished, plug into a monitor so that you may shut it down correctly.###
time.delay(240)
sh.show_message("Time to shutdown!", text_colour=[0, 50, 220], scroll_speed=.055)
time.delay(1)
call("sudo nohup shutdown -h now", shell=True)
else:###Don't delete this, as it clears the data after each random response.###
sh.clear()
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