Posted 20 October 2012 - 09:47 PM
paddleLeft.height += paddleLeft.Height in my Powerup class to double the size of the left paddle (but leave the right paddle alone). However, paddleLeft is an instance of my Paddle class, and it's made in my Game1 class. Is there a way to let my Powerup class know I have a paddleLeft instance, and give my Powerup class access to its variables? I could add parameters to the Powerup constructor, but that doesn't seem efficient. Is there another way?
I have a functional pong game, and I'd like to add powerups (such as increase paddle size). I've created a Powerup class, and I'd like to let it handle all the powerup business. However, I'm not sure how to let my Powerup class see the variables of one of my Paddle class objects. That is, I'd like to use