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add class into JFrame

I suggest that you consider

  • Making Player and Enemies logical classes, and not GUI component classes as this will allow overlapping.
  • Separating the logic portion of your program from the GUI portion, creating at least a Model-View structure, or better a Model-Control-View.
  • Have your view classes (the GUI) display the position of the logical entities by drawing image sprites in a JPanel's paintComponent method that is then displayed in the view.

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