package Images; import javafx.animation.Interpolator; import… package Images; import javafx.animation.Interpolator; import… package Images; import javafx.animation.Interpolator; import javafx.animation.Transition; import javafx.geometry.Rectangle2D; import javafx.scene.image.ImageView; public class PlayerAnimation extends Transition { private final ImageView imageView; private final int count; private final int columns; private final int offsetX; private final int offsetY; private final int width; private final int height; private int lastIndex; public PlayerAnimation(ImageView imageView, int count, int columns, int offsetX, int offsetY, int width, int height) { this.imageView = imageView; this.count = count; this.columns = columns; this.offsetX = offsetX; this.offsetY = offsetY; this.width = width; this.height = height; setInterpolator(Interpolator.LINEAR); } protected void interpolate(double k) { final int index = Math.min((int) Math.floor(k * count), count – 1); if (index != lastIndex) { final int x = (index % columns) * width + offsetX; final int y = (index / columns) * height + offsetY; imageView.setViewport(new Rectangle2D(x, y, width, height)); lastIndex = index; } } } package Images; import javafx.animation.Animation; import javafx.animation.AnimationTimer; import javafx.application.Application; import javafx.geometry.Rectangle2D; import javafx.scene.Node; import javafx.scene.Scene; import javafx.scene.canvas.Canvas; import javafx.scene.image.Image; import javafx.scene.image.ImageView; import javafx.scene.layout.Pane; import javafx.scene.layout.StackPane; import javafx.scene.paint.Color; import javafx.scene.shape.Rectangle; import javafx.scene.text.Font; import javafx.scene.text.FontWeight; import javafx.scene.text.Text; import javafx.stage.Stage; import javafx.util.Duration; public class Game extends Application { // set constants static final int CANVAS_WIDTH = 600; static final int CANVAS_HEIGHT = 600; // image variables private Image maze = new Image(“images/gamebackground.png”); private Image player = new Image(“images/naruto.png”); private Image villain = new Image(“images/sasuke_stone.png”); // player variables private int playerColumns = 6; private int playerCount = 6; private int playerOffsetX = 0; private int playerOffsetY = 0; private int playerWidth = 32; private int playerHeight = 31; private int VillianOffsetX = 0; private int VillianOffsetY = 0; private int VillianWidth = 33; private int VillianHeight = 33; // wall rectangles private Rectangle Wall, Wall2, Wall3, Wall4, Wall5, Wall6, Wall7, Wall8, Wall9, Wall10; private Rectangle Wall11, Wall12, Wall13, Wall14, Wall15, Wall16, Wall17, Wall18, Wall19, Wall20; @Override public void start(Stage primaryStage) throws Exception { // create scene and pane Pane pane = new Pane(); StackPane stackPane = new StackPane(); Scene scene = new Scene(pane, CANVAS_WIDTH, CANVAS_HEIGHT); Canvas canvas = new Canvas(CANVAS_WIDTH, CANVAS_HEIGHT); stackPane.getChildren().add(canvas); pane.getChildren().add(stackPane); // text for collision Text text = new Text(); text.setFill(Color.RED); text.setFont(Font.font(“Arial”, FontWeight.BOLD, 12)); // read background image final ImageView mazeView = new ImageView(maze); // set the collision walls Wall = new Rectangle(237, 477, 125, 44); Wall2 = new Rectangle(0, 357, 43, 204); Wall3 = new Rectangle(0, 560, 600, 40); Wall4 = new Rectangle(557, 358, 43, 202); Wall5 = new Rectangle(117, 398, 44, 82); Wall6 = new Rectangle(159, 438, 43, 42); Wall7 = new Rectangle(438, 398, 45, 83); Wall8 = new Rectangle(397, 437, 43, 45); Wall9 = new Rectangle(238, 199, 44, 163); Wall10 = new Rectangle(280, 199, 40, 41); Wall11 = new Rectangle(318, 199, 44, 164); Wall12 = new Rectangle(78, 78, 84, 44); Wall13 = new Rectangle(117, 78, 45, 163); Wall14 = new Rectangle(238, 78, 124, 43); Wall15 = new Rectangle(117, 398, 44, 82); Wall16 = new Rectangle(439, 77, 43, 165); Wall17 = new Rectangle(439, 77, 82, 44); Wall18 = new Rectangle(557, 0, 43, 280); Wall19 = new Rectangle(0, 0, 600, 42); Wall20 = new Rectangle(0, 0, 42, 281); // set animation for player final ImageView playerImageView = new ImageView(player); playerImageView.setViewport(new Rectangle2D(playerOffsetX, playerOffsetY, playerWidth, playerHeight)); final ImageView villainImageView = new ImageView(villain); playerImageView.setViewport(new Rectangle2D( VillianOffsetX, VillianOffsetY, VillianWidth, VillianHeight)); // add background image and player pane.getChildren().add(mazeView); pane.getChildren().add(playerImageView); pane.getChildren().add(text); pane.getChildren().add(villainImageView); // start location of player playerImageView.setX(280); playerImageView.setY(400); villainImageView.setX(200); villainImageView.setY(300); // set keyboard for player movement playerImageView.setOnKeyPressed(e -> { switch (e.getCode()) { case UP: case W: playerImageView.setX(playerImageView.getX()); playerImageView.setY(playerImageView.getY() – 5); break; case DOWN: case S: playerImageView.setX(playerImageView.getX()); playerImageView.setY(playerImageView.getY() + 5); break; case LEFT: case A: playerImageView.setX(playerImageView.getX() – 5); playerImageView.setY(playerImageView.getY()); break; case RIGHT: case D: playerImageView.setX(playerImageView.getX() + 5); playerImageView.setY(playerImageView.getY()); break; default: break; } }); playerImageView.requestFocus(); primaryStage.setScene(scene);; // set game loop AnimationTimer game = new AnimationTimer() { @Override public void handle(long now) { checkCollision(playerImageView, Wall, Wall2, Wall3, Wall4, Wall5, Wall6, Wall7, Wall8, Wall9, Wall10, Wall11, Wall12, Wall13, Wall14, Wall15, Wall16, Wall17, Wall18, Wall19, Wall20, pane, text, playerImageView); } }; game.start(); } // check for collision private void checkCollision(Node player, Rectangle wall1, Rectangle wall2, Rectangle wall3, Rectangle wall4, Rectangle wall5, Rectangle wall6, Rectangle wall7, Rectangle wall8, Rectangle wall9, Rectangle wall10, Rectangle wall11, Rectangle wall12, Rectangle wall13, Rectangle wall14, Rectangle wall15, Rectangle wall16, Rectangle wall17, Rectangle wall18, Rectangle wall19, Rectangle wall20, Pane pane, Text text, ImageView playerImageView) { boolean collisionDetected = false; // check collision between player and wall. if ((player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall1.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall2.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall3.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall4.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall5.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall6.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall7.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall8.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall9.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall10.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall11.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall12.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall13.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall14.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall15.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall16.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall17.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall18.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall19.getBoundsInParent())) || (player.getBoundsInParent().intersects(wall20.getBoundsInParent()))) collisionDetected = true; if (collisionDetected) { text.setX(((ImageView) player).getX() – 10); text.setY(((ImageView) player).getY() – 10); playerImageView.setX(((ImageView) player).getX() – 10); playerImageView.setY(((ImageView) player).getY() – 10); } else { text.setText(“”); } } // main method public static void main(String[] args) { launch(args); } } 1. Make sure it is using JavaFX and not the older Swing or AWT libraries. 2. Create a background maze (can be an image you make in Photoshop) 3. Put a sprite on it and move it with the keyboard keys (either arrow keys or “asdw” keys). 4. Get your sprite to collide with the walls and borders. Meaning when it collides it doesn't go through the wall. This time: 1. Get your sprite to collect a treasure and increase the score (text) if they collect (touch) the treasure. The treasure (gold or whatever) sprite should go away as soon as your sprite touches it. 2. Add enemy sprites that can run into your character and if that happens the game is over. The enemy sprites also must respect walls and not go through them. 3. For extra credit add multiple mazes. For example if the character goes to the right most edge of the current maze then a new room is displayed and the character is put in the extreme left of that room. Exactly how the original Legend of Zelda works:   Mar 31 2022 10:35 AM

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