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What would be the best approach for creating a game like flick kick with box2d and AS3?.

To make my self more clear, what i would like to do is to use the physics of box2d in the z-axis, i know that the engine is make just for 2d, but thats my question.. how to achieve this like the flick kick creators did?.

Any enlightenment will be very appreciated.

Thanks in advanced.

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box2d is a two-dimensional physics engine. You can draw it as 3D if you want, but it always will be about objects moving in two dimensions. Remember to turn off gravity if there is one by default. – Markus von Broady Nov 5 '12 at 23:49