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VuNic wrote:
Should I design it like this:


Movement is an attribute not an entity.

So
Entity (not MovableObject) 'has' movement.

Thus objects would be
Entity
MovementWings
MovementLegs
MovementWheels.

And you set it by calling.
entity.setMovement(Movement)

The Movement itself is either enable/disabled (where 'enable' means to actually allow movement) so each Movement object would have a property to enable it. Then Entity could call that if it has Movement (if internal varible is not null.)
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