I'm trying to implement an arrow at the bottom of the screen on an Android device. This arrow is placed in the center of the screen and is supposed to rotate by a given angle. The problem is that when using the SpriteBatch's draw function for a TextureRegion it rotates the whole image, so the y coordinate also moves up a bit.
I want the arrow to always be in the center of the screen with the x, y coordinates and not move up the y coordinate. I want the y coordinate to stick to the bottom of the screen, but I still need to rotate the arrow. So I don't know if this is possible in my approach to do this.
If you have an approach in LibGDX that is very different from mine. I still want to see it because I don't care how I get this to work, I just want to get it to work somehow.
This far I've found this Rotation - libGDX that helped me get the rotation a little better, but I need an arrow like in the game called Bubble Shooter. Image of Bubble Shooter Arrow
The arrow should be the radius inside of an invisible circle, I guess, is one way to see it. See images below.