C#/XNA port of the Box2D physics engine.

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Issues with Polygon Fixtures in Farseer

I've been working with the Farseer Physics Engine to try and build a simple 2D, sidescrolling game. Creating basic rectangle blocks worked easily enough, but I discovered when I tried to create some ...
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Inverted textures

I'm trying to draw textures aligned with this physics body whose coordinate system's origin is at the center of the screen. (XNA)Spritebatch has its default origin set to top-left corner. I got the ...
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How to restrict paddle movement using Farseer Physics engine 3.2

I am new to using Farseer Physics Engine 3.2(FPE), so please bear with my questions. Also, since FPE 3.2 is based on Box2D, I have been reading Box2D manual and pieces of code scattered in samples to ...
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Farseer - Apply Impulse

I'm new to Farseer and have a simple question. The demos I went through didn't seem to demonstrate what I want. I would like to apply an impulse (not force) to an object at a specific position on that ...
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Farseer: what are its performance on xbox360?

Are there any performance issue related with lots of "new" calls and things like that? Did anyone test it? Something to take care of? Thanks
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How to implement 2d explosions that will cause damage taking into account covers and distance?

How can I implement a 2D explosion in a way that it will cause less damage to characters that hide behind crates or other cover? Ideally damage will depend on the strength of the cover (e.g. metal ...
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Why does Farseer 2.x store temporaries as members and not on the stack? (.NET)

UPDATE: This question refers to Farseer 2.x. The newer 3.x doesn't seem to do this. I'm using Farseer Physics Engine quite extensively at the moment, and I've noticed that it seems to store a lot of ...
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Implementing a wrapping wire (like the Worms Ninja Rope) in a 2D physics engine

I've been trying out some rope-physics recently, and I've found that the "standard" solution - making a rope from a series of objects strung together with springs or joints - is unsatisfying. ...