I am trying to finish a fishing program. Basically the user inputs how many fish spawn and how fast they move, then the user tries clicking as many fish as possible before they go off the screen. Also, the fish need to turn into a fish skeleton (which was drawn as a .GIF) when clicked on. I have much of the code written, just need a bit of help. If you feel you can help me please contact me and I can upload some code. WILLING TO PAY WELL FOR TIME! ;)
Thanks. (I think this is a very simple program but I haven't been able to learn much in class as there is no text we use....I'm quite desperate to learn how to fix this, thanks again!)
MSN: Zachary.Adams@Colorado.EDU

Here is my source code. I am really new at programming so ANY help that could assist would be awesome.

//Zach Adams
//CSCI 1300
//Project 4
//Several "fish" sprites move once across the screen and user must "catch" them with the net, which is the mouse clicking on them.
//I have not been able to figure out how to include the catching of the fish and the keeping track of total points, which is what I am going to have in the final program. I also plan to make the fish look more fish-like, perhaps with .GIF's if making a complicated fish exclusively with C++ coding is too complicated.
#include <winbgim.h>
#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <vector>
#include "Fish.h"
#include <cstdlib>
using namespace std;

const int WINDOW_SIZE = 700;
int main ()
int N;
cout << "How many fish do you want to release?" << endl;
cin >> N;
int S;
cout << "How fast do you want them to move? 1=Fast 100=Slow" << endl;
cin >> S;
initwindow (WINDOW_SIZE, WINDOW_SIZE, "Fish Tank");
setbkcolor (BLUE);
setcolor (BLACK);
cleardevice ();
vector<fish> fishies
while (I < N)
while (S > 100)
cout << "That's just not possible. Re-enter.";
cin >>S;
while (S < 1)
cout << "That's ludicrous speed. Don't go to plaid. Re-enter.";
cin >>S;
cout << "CATCH FISH!" << endl;

srand (time (NULL));
Fish b();

//The delay multiplied by the user-defined variable S cause the game to go slower for higher numbers entered.
delay (10*S);
// vector<fish> fishies

Header file for fish object

class Fish
// constructors
Fish (); //"default" constructor, no arguments
Fish (int r, int g, int b);
// "accessor" functions, not used in this example
int getx ();
int gety ();
int getdx ();
int getdy ();
// "mutator" functions, not used in this example
void setx (int _x);
void sety (int _y);
void setdx (int _dx);
void setdy (int _dy);
// other member functions
void move ();
void draw ();
int x;
int y;
int dx;
int dy;
int red;
int green;
int blue;
fish class

#include <winbgim.h>
#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "fish.h"
using namespace std;
Fish::Fish ()

x = 200 + rand () % 10;
y = 10 - rand () % 10;

dx = 4 + rand () % 20;
dy = 16 - rand () % 16;
red = rand () % 256;
green = rand () % 256;
blue = rand () % 256;

//Fish::Fish (int r, int g, int b)
// x = 10 + rand () % 10;
// y = WINDOW_SIZE - 10 - rand () % 10;
// red = r;
// green = g;
// blue = b;
int Fish::getx ()
return x;
int Fish::gety ()
return y;
int Fish::getdx ()
return dx;
int Fish::getdy ()
return dy;

void Fish::setx (int _x)
x = _x;
void Fish::sety (int _y)
y = _y;
void Fish::setdx (int _dx)
dx = _dx;
void Fish::setdy (int _dy)
dy = _dy;

void Fish::move ()
x += dx;
y += dy;
void Fish::draw ()
setfillstyle (SOLID_FILL, COLOR (red, green, blue));
fillellipse (x, y, 16, 8);
//These lines are meant to color in the eye for the fish.
setcolor (BLACK);
setfillstyle (SOLID_FILL, BLACK);
fillellipse (x+6, y-2, 4, 4);

The window opens but the fish do not appear. I am trying to solve that problem before I focus on making it so when a fish is clicked it changes into a skelleton. If anyone feels like helping I would be indebt for eternity.

Game Programming is EASY. Introducing Graphics and mouse support is also simple.
Check out <snipped> for tutorials based on this topic

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