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Ship Dice:

Ship Dice is a game that you will be creating. The rules of the game are fairly simple. The game is normally played with 2-6 people, but our version will only be one player who is playing.

The rules are simple, the player rolls 3 dice randomly (Red, Green, and Blue), and the player has a couple of options to choose from to win:

- 3 chances to roll the dice randomly and get all dices 6
- 3 chances to roll the dice randomly and get at least one dice equal 5
- 3 chances to roll the dice randomly and get Red dice to be 6, Green dice to be 5, Blue dice to be 4

Dices will be selected randomly (random number between 1 – 6, as dice has six faces).

If the program reaches any of the above options in less than 3 chances then the program will announce that the player won, otherwise player lost.

Program Requirements:

- Ask the player to choose an
- In case user chooses option 1 :
- 3 dices will be randomly rolled (Red, Green, and Blue).
- After each roll, output the values of the dices and announce either “Player won” or “No matching”. (rule 1: all dice equal 6)
- Player has 3

- In case user chooses option 2 :
- 3 dices will be randomly rolled (Red, Green, and Blue).
- After each roll, output the values of the dices and announce either “Player won” or “No matching”. (rule 2: at least one dice equal 5)
- Player has 3

- In case user chooses option 3 :
- 3 dices will be randomly rolled (Red, Green, and Blue).
- After each roll, output the values of the dices and announce either “Player won” or “No matching”. (rule 3: Red dice to be 6, Green dice to be 5, Blue dice to be 4)
- Player has 3

- We have 3 options in the menu, so need to validate player input, make sure player not entering invalid
- Once player knows if he/she won or not, you will need to ask the player if he/she wants to play again
- If Yes/yes, then display the menu again and ask player to choose from the options and play the
- If No/no, then display a message to the player and exit “Good Game!”

- Output sample:

Welcome to Ship Dice

You have 3 chances to win! Here are game rules: 1- 3 chances for all dices are 6

- 3 chances for at least one dice equal 5

- 3 chances for Red dice is 6, Green dice is 5, Blue dice is 4 Enter your choice

5

Invalid input, please choose an option from the above menu Enter your choice

4

Invalid input, please choose an option from the above menu Enter your choice

1

Trial: 1

red 6 green 3 blue 1 No matching!

Trial: 2

red 3 green 5 blue 4 No matching!

Trial: 3

red 2 green 3 blue 3 No matching!

Do you want to play again?YES/yes yes

Welcome to Ship Dice

You have 3 chances to win! Here are game rules: 1- 3 chances for all dices are 6

- 3 chances for at least one dice equal 5
- 3 chances for Red dice is 6, Green dice is 5, Blue dice is 4 Enter your choice

2

Trial: 1

red 1 green 3 blue 1 No fives

Trial: 2

red 3 green 3 blue 5 You Won!!

Do you want to play again?YES/yes no

Thank you for playing!

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