Library for playing a standard game of bobail
A Python3 library that you can use to play a game of bobail. This is just a set of classes that you can use in your code, it's not an interactive shell for the game.
The rules used are from BoardGameAreana (http://en.doc.boardgamearena.com/Gamehelpbobail). This means an 5x5 board.
Each position on the board is numbered 1 to 25. Each move is represented as an array with two values: starting position and ending position. So if you're starting a new game, one of the available moves is
[22, 7] for player 1.
Each turn (other than the first) will be a series of two moves. First moving the Bobail then a player token.
Create a new game:
from bobail.game import Game game = Game()
See whose turn it is:
game.whose_turn() #1 or 2
Get the possible moves:
game.get_possible_moves() #[[9, 13], [9, 14], [10, 14], [10, 15], [11, 15], [11, 16], [12, 16]]
Make a move:
Check if the game is over:
game.is_over() #True or False
Find out who won:
game.get_winner() #None or 1 or 2
Review the move history:
game.moves #[[int, int], [int, int], ...]
Review the pieces on the board:
for piece in game.board.pieces: piece.player #1 or 2 piece.other_player #1 or 2 piece.bobail #True or False piece.captured #True or False piece.position #1-25 piece.get_possible_moves() #[[int, int], [int, int], ...]
python3 -m unittest discover from the root.
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