But here is a rough sketch of how you should do this!
Set up the game window: Create a game window using a graphics library such as Pygame or Turtle. Set the dimensions, title, and background color of the window.
Set up the snake and food: Create a snake object with an initial position, length, and direction. Initialize a food object with a random position on the game window.
Game loop: Create a game loop that runs continuously until the game is over. This loop updates the snake position, checks for collisions with the food or the boundaries of the game window, and handles input from the player.
Handle input: Capture keyboard input to change the direction of the snake. Update the direction of the snake based on the arrow keys pressed by the player.
Update the snake: Move the snake forward in the current direction. Check for collisions with the food or the edges of the game window. If the snake collides with the food, increase its length and move the food to a new random position. If the snake collides with itself or the window edges, end the game.
Display: Draw the snake and the food on the game window at their respective positions. Clear the previous frame and update the display with the updated positions of the snake and the food.
Score and game over: Keep track of the player’s score based on the length of the snake. Display the score on the game window. When the game is over, show a game over message and allow the player to restart the game.
These are the basic steps involved in creating a snake game. Depending on your preference and the library you choose, the implementation details may vary. You can explore Python libraries like Pygame, Turtle, or other frameworks to create the game.
Don’t hesitate to ask the community if you have any doubts or questions!
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