# Putting Loops and Lists together

This seems like a lot of code (at least for a beginner like me), but it uses loops and lists so that the user can navigate around with varying outcomes.

``````from sys import exit

def money_room():
print "There's plenty of money here. How much do you take?"

next = raw_input("> ")
if "0" in next or "1" in next:
how_much = int(next)
else:

if how_much < 50:
print "Nice. You're not greedy. You win!"
exit(0)
else:

def guard_room():
print "There is a guard here."
print "The guard has a magazine and is reading it."
print "The guard is stood in front of a door."
print "How are you going to get rid of the guard?"
guard_moved = False

while True:
next = raw_input("> ")

if next == "take magazine":
dead("The guard takes out his gun and you're toast.")
elif next == "distract guard" and not guard_moved:
print "The guard has moved from the door.
You can go through it now."
guard_moved = True
elif next == "distract guard" and guard_moved:
dead("The guard gets annoyed and pulls out a gun.
You know how this ends.")
elif next == "open door" and guard_moved:
money_room()
else:
print "I have no idea what that means."

def insanity_room():
print "What is this place?"
print "It is the room of insanity."

next = raw_input("> ")

if "run" in next:
start()
dead("Well, that's the end of you.")
elif "bash" in next:
dead("Well, that's the end of you.")
else:
insanity_room()

print why, "Good Job!"
exit(0)

def start():
print "You are in a dark room."
print "There is a door to right and left."
print "Which one do you take?"

next = raw_input("> ")

if next == "left":
guard_room()
elif next == "right":
insanity_room()
else: