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Text based snake and ladder game in python


I quickly wrote a python program to play text based snake and ladder game in terminal.

Any advance python concept is not used in this code. However it is a fun thing to do for a beginner in order to learn how to use multiple concepts in your program.

Few basic concepts used in this code are:
    - Dictionary
    - List
    - Generating random number
    - Selecting a Random value from a list
    - Adding wait/sleep in program
    - Conditional Statements i.e. IF and ELSE
    - Getting input from user


You can download the code from Github.


What is happening in Game:
    - Display the welcome message
    - Collect the player's names
    - Until one of the player wins do the following:
        - Roll the dice
        - Move the player forward for the value got on dice roll.
        - If player is on snake's head, move down to its tail
        - If player is on ladder's bottom, take it to its top
        - else remain there and let second player roll the dice


Run the game using command python3 snake_ladder.py.

snake and ladder game in python


You can set the value SLEEP_BETWEEN_ACTIONS to 0 if you do not want any delay while playing game.



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3 thoughts on 'Text Based Snake And Ladder Game In Python'
Siva Kumar :
How to display the movements while playing the game from one to another using image or grid like an app it shows the game?
Admin :
You can implement the same using tkinter or QT

Arya Anil :
how can i draw the dfd of this project
Admin :
Use draw.io site

Niketa Sharma :
Sanke & Ladder game memorises my childhood unforgotten movements. You have shared great information. Thanks for sharing it.
Admin :
Glad you liked it.

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