A process of adjusting game objects position after collision.

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Need some advice regarding collision detection with the sprite changing its width and height

So I'm messing around with collision detection in my tile-based game and everything works fine and dandy using this method. However, now I am trying to implement sprite sheets so my character can have ...
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Character jittering with this tile based collision code

I have been trying to get my collision code working for hours now but with every resource I have tried my character still jitters. First I tried using the platformer sample but my character still ...
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How do I resolve a collision of a rectangle with two rectangular tiles at once?

I am having some problems with collision detection between a player and the environment in a tile-based game. I have a player objects, Tiles and what I call MapObjects. The tiles are all 16×16. The ...
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Microsoft XNA Platformer Example, is the Collsion Detection implemented accurately?

The example provided by Microsoft seems as if the collision detection (from what I can see) will have a small error. When the user collides with an Unpassable tile, the depth of the intersection is ...
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Why does my 2d collision and movement not work properly?

I'm trying to write(in c++ using sdl) a mario like game as in a tile based world with by pixel movement for the character and I've run into some problems I cannot seem to find the source of: 1.The ...
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Box 2d and really complex big shapes

I intended to use jbox2d for my project. But as I went deeper into it's manual I'd found out that it supports dynamic objects between 0.1 and 10 meters (if use scaling and assume that 0.1 is smallest ...
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How do I avoid causing more collisions, when resolving multiple AABB collisions?

I have a lot of AABB bouncing on the screen. Doing collision/response between 2 AABB is fairly easy, but how do you handle this when you can be pulling AABB's apart but making them getting into ...
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How can I determine which direction a 2D collision is occurring from?

The problem is as follows: Think 2D Zelda (Links Awakening, A Link to the Past) style movement where you can run into walls from any of the four cardinal directions, or basically up, down, left, and ...
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How are collision and collision callback systems usually implemented?

I'm writing my own game engine for learning purposes and was wondering about common ways to handle collision callbacks/responses. I'm NOT looking for ways to resolve collisions (no math needed here), ...
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Creating an unbiased deterministic collision resolution order

I'm working on a game with a replay system, so I need the game logic to be deterministic. A part of this is collision detection and I'm having a bit of a conceptual problem here. (I'm programming in ...
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How to resolve penetration of two colliding bodies

I've implemented simple 3D game physics engine. I already have decent collision detection in place, now I'm trying to figure out the collision response part. I'm using impulse based method to ...
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2D platformer multiple rectangle collision cause jitter

I posted this question two weeks ago: 2D platformer corner collision and I implemented NoobsArePeople2's solution. Problem is, when player intersects two rectangles that are inside each other, he ...
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Ball collisions 'sticking' together

I have a program which simulates many bouncing balls. The balls can bounce off each other and off the sides of the container. The problem I am having is that sometimes when two balls collide, they ...
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How to resolve concurrent ramp collisions in 2d platformer?

A bit about the physics engine: Bodies are all rectangles. Bodies are sorted at the beginning of every update loop based on the body-in-motion's horizontal and vertical velocity (to avoid sticky ...
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How to separate colliding objects without creating more collisions

Suppose I use a simple discrete collision detection system where I move all objects then check for collisions. I want any colliding objects to be separated (of course) and assigned appropriate ...
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How can I determine the velocity after impact of a 2D ball collision?

Consider two balls moving towards each other. Each has a given mass and velocity. Assuming the balls collide, how can you determine what direction the balls will take afterwards? (taking into ...
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How to deal with corner collisions in 2D?

I'm writing a top down 2d XNA game. Since its my first I'm trying to write the physics and collision stuff myself to learn it. Whenever my player sprite character attempts to move into a position ...
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Collision Managers and bitmaps

I am rewriting a game I made to use a (custom) collision manager that uses the minimum displacement method. As of now, my simple manager can only recognize and act on a couple of shapes - Circles and ...
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Handling collisions with ground

How do you usually solve collisions between entities and the ground? Sending collision events hardly seems appropriate since almost everything touches the ground at almost all points in time. Calling ...
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Collision resolution in case of collision with multiple objects

I have static objects and movable objects. The collisions are detected using the separating-axis-theorem. For example, in this situation I have two static objects (in red): and a movable object ...
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How do I calculate rotation caused by bounce friction?

Following on from my previous question: I have the ball quite realistically bouncing from surfaces it hits. Now I'd like to make it spin from the friction of the hit. Showing this is simple enough: I ...