Catch-It - The traditional Egg Catching game clone with a much better user experience. :video_game:

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This is the traditional egg catching game made in Python. The user can make the basket move both sides using the arrow keys to collect as many eggs as he/she can which is the scoring factor but, he should avoid minions and bombs. There is also a provision to check out the highest score which is implemented using the files system. Made for the Windows platform.



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