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Gunter Ostendorp1,740 Points
"Game" object has no attribute "cards"?
Steven Parker216,812 Points
The snapshot contains the entire workspace, so you only need to make one.
When I run it I get a different error:
'Card' object has no attribute 'matched' which makes sense because on line 5 of cards.py an attribute named "match" is created, but game.py is trying to access "matched" (as in the video).