Display a power indicator above the player head

Hello and it has been a very long time I am not posting anything on this website and today I am just going to finish up the unfinished business from the previous python project, which is to display a power indicator above the player head to show that the player is in full power after he has eaten the mana during the game, if he collides with the enemy then that power will be used up and the power indicator will disappear. I am using the self.weak switch to indicate whether the player has eaten a mana or is he collides with an enemy. In this example, we will only edit one file, which is the boy sprite class.

from BoyObject import BoyObject
from pygame import math as mt
from pygame.locals import *
from GameSprite import GameSprite
import pygame

class BoySprite(object):

    def __init__(self, scene, level, enemy_manager, mana_manager, level_manager, score_manager):

        self.row = 10
        self.column = 10
        self.scene = scene # game scene instance
        self.space = 64 # image width and height
        self.level = level # current game level
        self.enemy_manager = enemy_manager # the reference of enemy manager
        self.mana_manager = mana_manager # the reference of mana manager
        self.score_manager = score_manager # the reference of score manager
        self.WIDTH = 640
        self.level_manager = level_manager
        self.prepare_boy(self.level)

    def prepare_boy(self, level):
        self.boy_object = BoyObject()
        self.boy_object_list = self.boy_object.get_object_list(level)
        self.boy_original_position = self.boy_object.get_original_position(level)
        self.x = self.boy_original_position[0]
        self.y = self.boy_original_position[1]
        self.speed = 2
        self.boy_image_sprite_right = 'Asset/bright.png'
        self.boy_image_sprite_left = 'Asset/bleft.png'
        self.boy_sprite = self.boy_image_sprite_right
        self.frame = 3
        self.up = False
        self.ladder = False
        self.left = False
        self.weak = False
        self.boy_rect = Rect(self.frame * 64, 0, 64, 64)
        self.sprite_boy = GameSprite(self.boy_sprite, self.boy_rect)
        self.boy_surface = self.sprite_boy.getImage()
        self.boy_ladder_list = self.boy_object.get_object_boundary(level)
        self.boy_bottom_boundary_list = self.boy_object.get_object_bottom_boundary(level)
        self.boy_side_boundary_list = self.boy_object.get_object_side_boundary(level)
        self.boy_door_boundary_list = self.boy_object.get_object_door_boundary(level)
        self.enemy_list = self.enemy_manager.get_enemy_list()
        self.mana_list = self.mana_manager.get_mana_list()
        self.life = 1
        self.initialize()

    # set the x and the y direction for the player object

    def setX(self, x):

        if(self.ladder == True):
            return
        self.x += x
        if (self.up == True and x < 0):
            self.frame = 1
            self.up = False
        elif(self.up == True and x > 0):
            self.frame = 0
            self.up = False
        if(x < 0):
            self.left = True
            self.frame += 1
            if (self.frame > 5):
                self.frame = 1
            self.boy_sprite = self.boy_image_sprite_left
        elif(x > 0):
            self.frame += 1
            self.left = False
            if (self.frame > 4):
                self.frame = 0
            self.boy_sprite = self.boy_image_sprite_right
        elif(x == 0):
            if(self.left == True):
                self.frame = 2
                self.boy_sprite = self.boy_image_sprite_left
            elif(self.left == False):
                self.frame = 3
                self.boy_sprite = self.boy_image_sprite_right
        self.boy_rect = Rect(self.frame * 64, 0, 64, 64)
        self.sprite_boy = GameSprite(self.boy_sprite, self.boy_rect)
        self.boy_surface = self.sprite_boy.getImage()

    def setY(self, y):

        self.boy_rect = Rect(self.x, self.y+y, 64, 64)
        if(self.isUpDown(self.boy_rect, y) == True):
            self.y += y
        if(y == 0):
            self.frame = 9
        elif(self.up == False):
            self.frame = 6
            self.up = True
        else:
            if(y < 0):
                self.frame -= 1
            elif(y > 0):
                self.frame += 1
            if(self.frame > 10):
                self.frame = 6
            elif(self.frame < 6):
                self.frame += 2
        self.boy_sprite = self.boy_image_sprite_right
        self.boy_rect = Rect(self.frame * 64, 0, 64, 64)
        self.sprite_boy = GameSprite(self.boy_sprite, self.boy_rect)
        self.boy_surface = self.sprite_boy.getImage()

    def checkboundary(self):

        if(self.x < 0):
            self.x = 0
        elif(self.x > self.WIDTH - self.space):
            self.x = self.WIDTH - self.space
        else:
            self.isLeftRight()

    def isUpDown(self, rect, y):

        for boundary in self.boy_ladder_list:
            boundary_rect = Rect(boundary[0], boundary[1], 64, 64)
            if ((boundary_rect.collidepoint(self.x, self.y+y) == True or boundary_rect.collidepoint(self.x, self.y+self.space+y) == True) and (self.x % self.space == 0)):
                for boundary_bottom in self.boy_bottom_boundary_list:
                    boundary_rect = Rect(boundary_bottom[0], boundary_bottom[1], 64, 64)
                    if (boundary_rect.colliderect(rect) == True):
                        self.ladder = False
                        return False
                self.ladder = True
                return True
        self.ladder = False
        return False

    def isLeftRight(self):

        for boundary in self.boy_side_boundary_list:
            boundary_rect = Rect(boundary[0], boundary[1], 64, 64)
            boy_rect = Rect(self.x, self.y, 64, 64)
            if (boundary_rect.colliderect(boy_rect) == True):
                if(self.left == True):
                    self.x += self.speed
                else:
                    self.x -= self.speed

    def update(self):

        self.checkboundary()
        self.check_mana_collide()
        self.check_collide()
        self.check_win()
        self.move_boy()

    def check_win(self):
        for door in self.boy_door_boundary_list:
            if(door[0] == self.x and door[1] == self.y):
                self.level_manager.increase_level()

    def check_collide(self):
        for enemy in self.enemy_list:
            enemy_rect = Rect(enemy.x, enemy.y, 64, 64)
            boy_rect = Rect(self.x, self.y, 64, 64)

            if (enemy_rect.colliderect(boy_rect) == True and enemy.alive == True):
                if(self.life <= 0):
                    self.level_manager.reset_level()
                    return
                else:
                    self.life -= 1
                    self.score_manager.set_score(-50)
                    enemy.alive = False
                    self.weak = False

    def check_mana_collide(self):
        for mana in self.mana_list:
            mana_rect = Rect(mana.x, mana.y, 64, 64)
            if (mana_rect.collidepoint(self.x, self.y) == True and mana.alive == True):
                self.life += 1
                self.weak = True
                self.score_manager.set_score(+50)
                mana.alive = False
                return

    def move_boy(self):
        self.draw_pos = mt.Vector2(self.x, self.y)  # the position of the image on game scene

    def initialize(self):
        for row in range(self.row):
            for column in range(self.column):

                if(self.boy_object_list[row][column] == 1):

                    self.draw_pos = mt.Vector2(self.x, self.y)  # the vector position of the image on game scene
                    self.scene.blit(self.boy_surface, self.draw_pos)  # draw enemy frame

    def draw(self):
        self.scene.blit(self.boy_surface, self.draw_pos)  # draw boy frame
        if(self.weak == True):
            pygame.draw.rect(self.scene, Color(0, 0, 225, 0), Rect(self.x+12, self.y-10, 10, 10), False)

If we run the above program again then we will see the following outcome.

With that, we have finally concluded the 2 months long project which costs me around 1000 hours of hard work and we will now looking forward to a new chapter of the game development, as I have mentioned before, we will create a new pygame project in the coming future. If you want to help this site out, kindly do consider to donate to this website, thank you in advance!

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