Number Guessing Game in Python

This project is an exciting fun game for beginners to build up. The program generates a random number from 1 to 10, or 1 to 100 any range that is specified and the user must guess the number after a hint from the computer. Every time a user’s guess is wrong they are prompted with more hints to make it easier for them to guess the number but at the cost of reducing the score. The clue any math clue like multiples, divisible, greater or smaller, or a combination of all.

The program also requires functions to check if an actual number is entered by the user or not, to compare the input number with the actual number, to find the difference between the two numbers.

Code

""" Number Guessing Game
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"""
import random
attempts_list = []
def show_score():
if len(attempts_list) <= 0:
print("There is currently no high score, it's yours for the taking!")
else:
print("The current high score is {} attempts".format(min(attempts_list)))
def start_game():
random_number = int(random.randint(1, 10))
print("Hello traveler! Welcome to the game of guesses!")
player_name = input("What is your name? ")
wanna_play = input("Hi, {}, would you like to play the guessing game? (Enter Yes/No) ".format(player_name))
// Where the show_score function USED to be
attempts = 0
show_score()
while wanna_play.lower() == "yes":
try:
guess = input("Pick a number between 1 and 10 ")
if int(guess) < 1 or int(guess) > 10:
raise ValueError("Please guess a number within the given range")
if int(guess) == random_number:
print("Nice! You got it!")
attempts += 1
attempts_list.append(attempts)
print("It took you {} attempts".format(attempts))
play_again = input("Would you like to play again? (Enter Yes/No) ")
attempts = 0
show_score()
random_number = int(random.randint(1, 10))
if play_again.lower() == "no":
print("That's cool, have a good one!")
break
elif int(guess) > random_number:
print("It's lower")
attempts += 1
elif int(guess) < random_number:
print("It's higher")
attempts += 1
except ValueError as err:
print("Oh no!, that is not a valid value. Try again...")
print("({})".format(err))
else:
print("That's cool, have a good one!")
if __name__ == '__main__':
start_game()

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