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The PowerSource class has the same logic in the Zune version as it did in the previous version, but the frames of the sprites are different, because the sprites texture is smaller. In this case, you must modify the constructor of the class to reflect these changes, as follows:
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public PowerSource(Game game, ref Texture2D theTexture) : base(game, ref theTexture) { texture = theTexture; Frames = new List<Rectangle>(); Rectangle frame = new Rectangle(); frame.X = 55; frame.Y = 15; frame.Width = 14; frame.Height = 12; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 29; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 42; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 56; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 69; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 81; Frames.Add(frame); frameDelay = 200; // Initialize the random number generator and put the power source in your // start position random = new Random(GetHashCode()); PutinStartPosition(); } Note that except for the new attributes of the frames, the code is exactly the same.
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The Meteor class also needs to have its constructor changed to reflect changes in the position of frames in the new texture. In fact, every aspect of the 2D graphics is exactly the same as for the Windows/Xbox 360 version, except for the safe area. On a Zune, you don t need to worry about the TV safe area, because the Zune screen is flat, like an LCD or a plasma TV or PC monitor. Easier, right
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The modified Meteor class is as follows: public Meteor(Game game, ref Texture2D theTexture) : base(game, ref theTexture) { Frames = new List<Rectangle>(); Rectangle frame = new Rectangle(); frame.X = 15; frame.Y = 10; frame.Width = 23; frame.Height = 24; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 37; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 63; frame.Height = 24; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 89; frame.Height = 27; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 119; frame.Height = 24; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 145; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 171; Frames.Add(frame); frame.Y = 199; frame.Height = 26; Frames.Add(frame); // Initialize the random number generator and // put the meteor in your start position random = new Random(GetHashCode()); PutinStartPosition(); } Another aspect to consider is that the small size of the screen changes the game play a bit. You have little room to escape from meteors, and this can make the game too difficult. In this case, it is better to reduce the speed of the meteors, so it will be easier for the player to avoid
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them. Therefore, in the PutinStartPosition method in the Meteor class, modify the code that calculates the vertical velocity as follows: YSpeed = 1 + random.Next(3); By reducing the maximum speed from 10 to 4 pixels, you are a facilitating the player s game play. Also reduce the delay between frames in the YSpeed property: frameDelay = 200 - (Yspeed * 2);
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Note You may wonder how we got these numbers. The answer is simple: through experience. You must
experience the game play of your game and adjust it to make it fun on your target device whether it is an Xbox 360, a PC, or a Zune. Through such tests, game designers adjust the difficulty of their game so that it is not so hard that the player does not want to play it anymore, but not so easy that the player loses interest in it. Remember that how you react to your game and your experience determine what type of game developer you are.
Player Changes
You will now work in the Player class, which implements the ship controlled by the player. For the Zune version, remove the multiplayer support and keyboard support. Then remove the HandlePlayer1KeyBoard and HandlePlayer2KeyBoard methods and their references. Also remove the playerIndex attribute, which indicates which player is associated with the object instance. Remember that since you now have only one player playing the game at a time, keeping track of which player is which is no longer necessary. After that, you also need to update some methods that control the class behavior. The HandleInput method no longer needs to receive PlayerIndex as a parameter (because you have only one player) and no longer needs to call the methods for dealing with keyboard input. Because the HandleInput method happens to be where gamepad directions are set up, you will add the ability to move the ship with only the directional pad for the older versions of the Zune. You also need new movement values because of the screen size. After some tests, we discovered 3 is good enough. Your method should look as follows: /// <summary> /// Get the ship position /// </summary> protected void HandleInput() { // Move the ship with Xbox controller GamePadState gamepadstatus = GamePad.GetState(PlayerIndex.One); if (gamepadstatus.DPad.Left == ButtonState.Pressed) { position.X -= 3; }
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