Discord implementation of the game "Alone Among the Stars"
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README.md

Along Among The Stars: Discord bot

Find the original game here

This is a Python Discord bot.

Use the bot

I don't publish a simple link yet because it's not stable enough, but you can use the bot on this server

Features

  • Solo playing of "Alone Among the Stars"
  • Ability to burn the ship log
  • Ability to log new entries
  • Ability to generate a new planet
  • Ability to backup the data
  • Ability to read the full log of a user
  • Ability to use the bot in private messages

Building

  1. Make sure you have Python3 and Python3-pip installed
  2. Install the depedencies
pip3 install discord.py
  1. Download this repository
git clone https://codeberg.org/SnowCode/amongstars-discord
cd amongstars-discord
  1. Create a file called token.txt in the main directory and paste your Discord token inside.
  2. Run the script
python3 bot.py

How to get the Discord token

  1. Create an application on Discord dev portal here
  2. Select Bot on the left menu and create one.
  3. Select OAuth on the left menu, check Bot, then check Administrator, then copy and open the link in your browser to add the bot to a server.
  4. Go back on the Bot tab and copy the token on the top of the page.

Usage

Command Meaning
>land Find a new planet and land on it
>discover Discover a new element of the planet
>log <your entry> Add the description of the element and your feelings into the log
>burn Burn your log
>read Read your log