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Programming Project: The Space Invaders

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Programming Project: The Space Invaders

1. Introduction

In this project, you are going to implement a Space Invaders game with mips assembly language. Figure 1 shows a snapshot of the game. The evil aliens are invading your space base so the spaceship needs to wipe them off. The spaceship emits bombs to kill aliens. Player needs to shoot and kill all aliens before they reach to your space station.

Figure 1. The snapshot of the Space Invaders.

2. Coordinate System

The game screen is of 800 – pixel width by 600-pixel height as illustrated in Figure 2. The top-left is the origin of the coordinates, denoted as (0, 0). The value of x-axis increases from the left to the right and the value of y-axis increases from the top to the bottom. This follows java swing coordinate system, which is used to support GUI in the game.

All game objects are with images of rect angular shape. Top left coordinate of each object is used to represent its location. For example, the alien in Figure 2 is at position (200, 120).

3. Game Objects

There are four types of game objects: Spaceship, Alien, Simple bomb, and Remote-control bomb. Every object has attributes as listed below. You can manipulate the attributes through appropriate syscall services (details in Section 6).

Figure 2. The coordinate system.add a rectangle

Current location: the top-left (x, y) coordinate which indicates the current location of the object. Speed: the integer variable for the moving speed of the game object. Direction: a Boolean variable for the moving direction of the game object. Spaceship and alien move from left to right when it is TRUE, from right to left otherwise. Bomb shoot by Spaceship always moves upwards. The next location of the Alien depends on its current location, moving direction and moving speed. The next location of the spaceship depends on the input of player. Hit points (HP): the integer variable indicating the life value of a game object. If the hit point of an object goes to zero, then the game object is dead. Aliens have initial hit point of 20. Both types of Bomb and Spaceship have the hit point of 1. Table 1. Properties of game objects. Object ID Width Height Speed Initial HP

Initial position
Spaceship 1 100 90 8 1 (320,440)
Alien 2, 3,
so on
80 60 6 20 (200, 120), (360, 120),
(200,180), (360,180),
Initial location of the 6
aliens in level one of the
30 30 6 1 Same as the location of the
Spaceship when the bomb
is emitted
80 30 30 6 1 Same as the location of the
Spaceship when the bomb
is emitted

4. Game Details

4.1 Winning and losing of the game

The game has four levels, with increasing number of aliens in each level, i.e. 6 aliens in level 1, and 3 additional alien for each higher level. The player wins in a particular level when he/she kills all aliens and promotes to next level. The player wins the game when he/she passes all levels. The game terminates and player loses when there is an alien who touches the bottom of the game screen (i.e., y-label of the alien exceeds 420).

4.2 Bomb and Hit

Bombs are emitted from the spaceship, moving upwards at the constant speed of 6. There are two types of bombs: simple bomb and remote-controlled bomb. Simple bomb is active once it is shot. Remote bomb is initially not destructive until it is activated by the player. Pressing the key (white space) emits a simple bomb. Pressing the key r emits a remote-control bomb which is inactive. Pressing the key a afterwards activates the remote bomb and it is shown as.

a) Bomb kills Alien b) Bomb hits multiple objects
Figure 3. Different scenar ios of bomb hit

As illustrated in Figure 3(a), suppose an alien currently locates at (x, y) on the screen. If a simple bomb or an activated bomb intersects with its central area, the area which locates at (x+35, y) with 10 – pixel width and 40-pixel height, the alien is killed and its hit point is reduced to 0. Game score increased by 20. A dead aliens ID is updated to 0 (a flag that helps to check whether an alien is alive or dead.) The explosion of the bomb also destroys itself; therefore, its hit point is reduced to

  1. Please note a bomb may cause damages to two aliens simultaneously when it happens to intersects with center of both.

For each level, there are 2 simple bombs and 1 remote-controlled bomb for player to use. bomb_count records the number of bombs that are currently flying. If bomb_count equals to 2, the player are temporarily banned from shooting simple bombs. For the remote-controlled bomb, if rbomb_count is 1, the player cannot shoot the remote-controlled bomb too. The number of bombs available to use is shown on the top left of the game screen.

4.3 Alien

Game level 1 has 6 aliens, in two rows, with ID 2, 3, and so on. All Aliens move horizontally at constant speed of 6. When touching the border, all Aliens go down 20 pixels. During the game, if the alien is destroyed by the bomb, its ID will be set to be 0.

Promotion to the next level of game will increase the number of alien by 3, speed by 3 and re-create all the aliens. Alien_num saves the number of Aliens in current game level. Array Alien_ids saves IDs of Aliens, starting from 2, 3, 4 until 2 + Alien_num – 1.

4.4 Game initialization

At the beginning of the game, the number of Aliens is 6 (2×3) and the numbers of simple bomb and remote bomb are 2 and 1, respectively. The following levels of the game run quite similar to the level 1, with more aliens fly with higher speed.

4.5 Game skeleton

The game runs as a big loop. Each l oop print out a static game screen with all game objects. By properly set the time interval of game screen print, we can create an animated play of the game. It proceeds as follows:

  1. Get the current time: jal get_time.
  2. Check whether the game reaches the ending condition: jal check_game_level_status checks whether the user wins/loses/continues the current level. Then jal game_end_status handles different actions for game lose, game win or promote to next level. If the player is still in the middle of the game, go to step 3.
  3. Update the game objects status: jal update_object_status. Check the game objects status. Destroy any killed aliens or exploded bombs with syscall 116.
  4. Process the keyboard input from player: jal Process_input. The input key is stored using the Memory-Mapped I/O scheme. If the keyboard input is valid, perform the related action.
Input key Action
White space Emit a simple bomb when available: jal pi_emit_bomb
R Emit a remote-control bomb when available: jal pi_emit_rbomb
E Active all the remote-control bombs in the screen: jal pi_active_rbombs^
A Move the spaceship to left: jal pi_ship_left^
D Move the spaceship to right: jal pi_ship_right
  1. Check bomb hits: jal check_bomb_hits: One-by-one, for each active bomb, check whether it hits any aliens by jal check_one_bomb_hit. If any hit happens, update the status of alien, and the bomb.
  2. Move the aliens: jal move_Aliens.
  3. Move the bombs: jal move_bombs.
  4. Update the score: jal update_score.
  5. Refresh the game screen.
  1. Take a nap if necessary: jal have_a_nap. The interval between two consecutive iterations of the game loop is about 30 milliseconds.
  2. Go to step 1.

5. Your tasks

Read the skeleton code and understand how it works. Then implement the following MIPS procedures in the skeleton code. Note: You dont need to understand every single detail of the skeleton. You can discuss with your friends if you have difficulty in understanding the skeleton. But every single line of code should be your own work. Procedure Inputs Outputs Description pi_ship_left pi_ship_right

pi_ship_left^ sets ship
direction to be left. Move the
ship to next location
according to speed. Note the
ship cant move out of
pi_ship_right does
similar with ship direction to

check_intersection (^) recA: ((x1,y1), (x2,y2)) rec B: ((x3, y3)), ((x4, y4)) $v0:1 for TRUE (intersect with each other); 0 for FALSE Check whether the given two rectangles intersect. (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) are the coordinates of the top-left and bottom-right of rectangle recA. (x3, y3) and (x4, y4) are the coordinates of top-left and bottom-right of rectangle recB. The eight coordinates are passed via stack by check_one_bomb_hit. check_one_bomb_hit (^) $a0: bomb id N/A Given the bomb id, check whether the bomb hit any alien one-by-one. If the alien is hit by the bomb, its HP is reduced to 0. The bombs HP is also reduced to 0. (Note a bomb may hit more than one aliens at one hit).

This procedure pushes the
top-left and bottom-right
coordinates of bomb and an
alien into stack, and then
to detect whether the two
check_game_level_status $v0=0: not
end; $v0=1:
$v0=2: lose.
Return the status of the
current game level: win, lose
or continue. One-by-one,
check whether any alien
touches the space base, i.e.
the y-coordinate exceeds
  1. If theres an alien touches the space base, lose. If all aliens are destroyed, win. Otherwise continue. Return status in $v0.

Note: The skeleton file provided is just to help you understand the game thoroughly and ease your life. If you think it poses any restriction on you, feel free to have your own implementation from scratch. If you dont use the skeleton code, please state that at the beginning of the submitted .asm file.

6. Syscall services in usage

We have implemented a group of additional syscall services to support game related functions (e.g. GUI and sound). You should do your coding work with the modified Mars provided. Syscall code should be in $v0 before usage.

Service Code^
(in $v0)
Parameters Result
Create game screen 100
$a0 = base address of a string for
games title;
$a1 = width
$a2 = height
Create a spaceship 101
$a0 = id of this ship
$a1 = x_loc
$a2 = y_loc
$a3 = speed
Note: id must be unique
Create an Alien 102
$a0 = id, $a1 = x_loc,
$a2 = y_loc, $a3 = speed, $t0 =
Create a text object 104
$a0 = id, $a1 = x_loc, $a2 = y_loc,
$a3 = base address of a string for
games title;
Display the text
message at the
specified location.
Play game sound 105
$a0 = sound id,
$a1 =1: (loop play), 0: play once The
sound ids are described as follows:
0: the sound effect of background;
1: the sound effect of bomb
2: the sound effect of emitting a
3: the sound effect of game lose;
4: the sound effect of game win;
5: the sound effect of the bomb
hitting an object
Play a sound
identified by $a0.
Create a simple
$a0 = id;
$a1 = x_loc;
$a2 = y_loc;
$a3 = speed;
Create a remote

$a0 = id; $a1 = x_loc; $a2 = y_loc; $a3 = speed; Get remote bomb status 108 $a0 = id $v0 = 0: inactive, 1: active; -1: error. Active remote bomb 109 $a0 = id Active a remote bomb. Get object location 110 $a0 = id $v0 = x_loc; $v1 = y_loc. Get object speed 111 $a0 = id $v0 = speed. Get object direction 112 $a0 = id $v0 = 1: right; 0: left. Set object direction 113 $a0 = id, $a1 = (0: left; 1:right) Deduct hit point of the object 114 $a0 = id, $a1 = point

Deduct the hit point
of a game object by
the value of $a
Get object score 115 $a0 = id $v0 = score
Destroy an object 116 $a0 = id
Destroy the game
object from the game
screen (also from the
java memory)
Update game score 117 $a0 = score
Get hit point of the
118 $a0 = id $v0: the hit point
Refresh screen 119
Redraw the game
screen and all game
objects which are
Set object location 120 $a0 = id; $a1 = x; $a2 = y
Manually set the
location of the game
object to be (x, y).
Update object
location 121 $a0 = id^
Update the object
location according to
its current location,
speed and direction.
Stop a game sound 122 $a0 = sound id
If a background
sound is played
repeatedly, the syscall
stops the sound.
Update bomb
$a0 = number of leftover simple
$a1 = number of leftover remote
Update the level
124 $fp = level of the game
Show the current
level of the game on
the top left of the

7. Submission

You should only submit the file comp2611_game_yourstudentid.asm with your completed codes for the project. Please write down your name, student ID, and email address at the beginning of the file.

Submission is via CASS. The deadline is a hard deadline. Try to avoid uploading in the last minute. If you upload multiple times, we will grade the latest version by default.

8. Grading

Your project will be graded on the functionality listed in the game requirements. Make sure your code can be executed properly in the modified Mars.

9. Bonus

Everyone needs to finish the tasks as described in the project description.

But if you enjoy MIPS programming, and would like to make the Space Invader more fun, feel free to discuss your idea with your course instructor. With the pre-approval and successful implementation of additional functionalities as planned, a bonus of up to 2 marks (out of 100 marks of course final score) will be assigned.

You may also propose your own game. Again, discuss with course instructor for pre-approval. A good game with reasonable complexity can also earn 2 marks bonus (out of 100 marks of course final score). Note you might need to modify the Mars and design your own syscall to support the new game.