Chipmunk is a 2D rigid body physics library written in C. Intended to be blazingly fast, portable, numerically stable, and easy to use.

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Best strategy to group multiple CCPhysicsSprite into a single game character. [Cocos2d + Chipmunk]

It is my first game using Cocos2D with Chipmunk and I have a bit of a novice question. I am using the CCPhysicsSprite to create different parts of a character. I would like to be able to group these ...
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How to move the object(tanker ) on slope image in chipmunk Spacemanager

I have used one polygon shape image (terrain)in my game its just like mountain and now i want to move the tanker on mountain path from one direction to other and then its turn on touching of the ...
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How to move a sprite on a slope in chipmunk Spacemanager [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to move the object(tanker ) on slope image in chipmunk Spacemanager I have used one polygon shape image (terrain) in my game. It's just like a mountain, and now I ...
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Is it easy to switch from Chipmunk to Box2D?

Currently I'm doing some prototyping with physics in Python and I later plan to port the code over to C++. Box2D has some features that I really like so I'd rather use that library instead. The ...
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Pseudo-magnet implementation with chipmunk

How should I go about implementing "natural" magnet on a certain body in chipmunk space? Context is of simple bodies lying in the space (think chessboard). When one of the figures is activated as a ...
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Cocos2d and Body with few collision shapes using chipmunk

I'm using Cocos2d (0.99.5) with chipmunk physics engine. Currently I'm trying to place a body into space which is combined from few circle shapes. Let's say I have a corresponding sprite image with ...