Arrow Keys to move. Catch all the cats that fall from the sky. When you miss 4 cats and the hearts in the corner all disappear, you lose. Enjoy! I added a lot of things, including a scoreboard and world record variable! Also, I made the cat move faster as to decrease the difficulty of the game. Added reset when the flag is clicked!

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Arrow Keys to move. Catch all the cats that fall from the sky. When you miss 4 cats and the hearts in the corner all disappear, you lose. Enjoy! I added a lot of things, including a scoreboard and world record variable! Also, I made the cat move faster as to decrease the difficulty of the game. Added reset when the flag is clicked!

Arrow Keys to move. Catch all the cats that fall from the sky. When you miss 4 cats and the hearts in the corner all disappear, you lose. Enjoy! I added a lot of things, including a scoreboard and world record variable! Also, I made the cat move faster as to decrease the difficulty of the game. Added reset when the flag is clicked!

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However, if you are trying to add the cloud to a data structure within the HelloWorld class, a std::vector<CCSprite*> for instance, then you will not be able to do this with a static member function and you will need to create a singleton. This is commonly done by putting extern HelloWorld* g_pHelloWorld; after your class definition, and then when initializing your program, putting: g_pHelloWorld = new HelloWorld; you can then use g_pHelloWorld->AddCloud( pCloud ) instead.

you need to make sure the HelloWorld object instance is available inside the function. This can either be done, by making the AddCloud() function a member function of your HelloWorld class:

Or alternatively if you want to be able to add clouds to different objects (maybe multiple instances of HelloWorld). You can leave AddCloud outside the class definition, but then need to pass the object instance, to which you want to add the clout as an argument:

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