ChickenOutbreakScene.qml Example File

 import QtQuick 2.0
 import Felgo 3.0
 import "entities"

 SceneBase {
   id: scene

   property alias level: level
   property alias player: level.player
   property alias entityContainer: level

   // make 1 grid (so 1 block and the player size) 48 logical px - a roost has this size, so 320/48= 6.6 can be displayed in one scene
   gridSize: 48

   // place it on bottom, because otherwise it would be unfair compared to different devices because the player would see more to the bottom playfield!
   sceneAlignmentY: "bottom"

   onBackButtonPressed: {
     // it is important to call stopGame() here, because otherwise the entities would not be deleted!
     window.state = "main"

   // allows collision detection between the entities, so if the player collides with roosts or the corn, and for removal of the out-of-scene entities
   PhysicsWorld {
     // this id gets used in Level, to test if a new roost or window can be built on the new position or if there is an entity already
     id: physicsWorld
     // this puts it on top of all other items with lower z for the physics debug renderer
     z: 10

     // for physics-based games, this should be set to 60!
     updatesPerSecondForPhysics: 60
     // make objects fall faster by increasing gravity
     gravity.y: 60

     // this should be increased so it looks good, by default it is set to 1 to save performance
     velocityIterations: 5
     positionIterations: 5

     // by default this would be enabled in the debug version, but disable it as most of the time we are not interested in it, only if we debug physics issues
     debugDrawVisible: false

   // handles the repositioning of the background, if they are getting out of the scene
   // internally, 4 images are created below each other so it appears to the user as being one continuous background
   ParallaxScrollingBackground {
     id: levelBackground
 //    property int initialOffsetx: -(levelBackground.image.width-scene.width)/2
 //    property int initialOffsety: -(levelBackground.image.height-scene.height)/2
 //    x: initialOffsetx
 //    y: initialOffsety-level.y
     anchors.horizontalCenter: parent.horizontalCenter
     y: parent.height-parent.gameWindowAnchorItem.height
     sourceImage: "../assets/img/background-wood2.png"
     // do not mirror it vertically, because the image is prepared to match on the top and the bottom
     mirrorSecondImage: false
     movementVelocity: Qt.point(0, level.levelMovementAnimation.velocity)
     running: level.levelMovementAnimation.running // start non-running, gets set to true in startGame

   Level {
     id: level

     onGameLost: {
       console.debug("ChickenOutbreakScene: gameLost()");
       // lastScore is used in GameOverScreen to check if a new highscore is reached
       lastScore = player.totalScore;
       // Increment the player's death count
       // change to state gameOver showing the GameOverScene - in the SceneBase a crossfade effect is implemented
       window.state = "gameOver"

   // this allows usage of the left and right keys on desktop systems or mobiles with physical keyboards
   Keys.forwardTo: player.controller

   // input graphics - the handling of the input is done below in the MouseArea
   Image {
     source: "../assets/img/arrow-left.png"
     opacity: 0.5
     width: 48
     height: 48
     anchors {
       left: scene.gameWindowAnchorItem.left
       bottom: scene.gameWindowAnchorItem.bottom
       leftMargin: 10
       bottomMargin: 10
   Image {
     source: "../assets/img/arrow-left.png"
     opacity: 0.5
     width: 48
     height: 48
     mirror: true
     anchors {
       right: scene.gameWindowAnchorItem.right
       bottom: scene.gameWindowAnchorItem.bottom
       rightMargin: 10
       bottomMargin: 10
   MouseArea {
     // use the full window as control item, press anywhere on the left half for steering left, on the right half for steering right
     anchors.fill: scene.gameWindowAnchorItem
     onPressed: {
       console.debug("onPressed, mouseX", mouseX)
       if(mouseX > scene.gameWindowAnchorItem.width/2)
         player.controller.xAxis = 1;
         player.controller.xAxis = -1;
     onPositionChanged: {
       if(mouseX > scene.gameWindowAnchorItem.width/2)
         player.controller.xAxis = 1;
         player.controller.xAxis = -1;
     onReleased: player.controller.xAxis = 0

   Text {
     x: 5
     // place it on top of the window, not on top of the logical scene
     anchors.topMargin: 5

     text: qsTr("Score: ") + player.totalScore
     font.pixelSize: 22
     color: "white"

   // gets called by ChickenOutbreakMain when this scene gets active
   // starts a game again - stopGame() was called before so it is save to call that here
   function enterScene() {

   // ------------------- debugging-only code ------------------- //

   // this button is only for testing and only visible in debug mode
   // it shows the ingameMenu to quickly restart the game
   SimpleButton {
     id: hud
     width: 64
     height: 64
     // place it on top of the window, not on top of the logical scene
     anchors.right: scene.gameWindowAnchorItem.right
     visible: system.debugBuild // only display in debug mode - the menu button for ingame testing should not be visible in retail builds for the store (and also not in release builds)
     text: "Menu"
     onClicked: {
       console.debug("Menu button clicked")
       // this activates the ingameMenu state, which will show the IngameMenu item
       scene.state = "ingameMenu"
   // this gets only displayed when the menu button is pressed, which is only allowed in debug builds
   IngameMenu {
     id: ingameMenu
     // in the default state, this should be invisible!
     visible: false
     anchors.centerIn: parent
   // the ingameMenue state is only enabled when in debug mode and when the menu button is pressed
   onStateChanged: console.debug("Scene.state changed to", state)
   states: [
     State {
       name: ""
       StateChangeScript {
         script: {
           console.debug("scene: entered state ''")
     State {
       name: "ingameMenu"
       PropertyChanges { target: ingameMenu; visible: true}
       StateChangeScript {
         script: {
           console.debug("scene: entered state 'ingameMenu'")


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