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what is the ducking ability?

In my game framework I have this property: canDuck : Boolean = true Determines whether or not the hero's ducking ability is enabled. What does it mean ? regards
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0answers
59 views

how to stop enemies from moving to one point when lots of them are chasing one object [duplicate]

i am making a top down game which lots of enemies are chasing one guy. then,enemies would move to one point without any collision,they just overlay each other. so ,is there any simple way to make ...
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2answers
276 views

Regarding physics engines and the GPU

The rigid body physics engines that use a "bounding box" for collision detection, I am aware of how they are created. What I want to know is, is there a physics engine that does not use "bounding ...
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1answer
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The Physics behind 2D Platformer Games? [closed]

Is there any good book or tutorial that explains the physics behind creating a 2D Platformer game? Such as tile rendering, tile map reading, collision detection, camera movement etc.?
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2answers
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How to implement physics and AoE spells in an MMO game?

I'm making a game which will be completely centered around PVP battlegrounds and arenas. Think something like WoW, but with the RPG part removed. There will just be a lobby, where you can join a ...
0
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1answer
418 views

Specific Physics Lessons and Reference for Game Development

What "Physics stuffs" should I learn in game developments? I'm reading about Verlet Integration, and I'm wondering what other lesson should I learn and if there are available resources can you please ...
2
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0answers
242 views

Independent HTML5 Physics Game: Any Feedback? [closed]

I've been independently developing a physics-based HTML5 game. I haven't used any libraries or engines; all the code, including the physics, is my own. It is free for a while on the Chrome Web Store ...
4
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2answers
422 views

What AI technique should I use to control a car in a bumpy environment?

What kind of AI can you recommend controlling a car in a level where there are hills, sharp turns, straight parts, et cetera? There is AI in the game already. It uses points on the road to which the ...
3
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1answer
162 views

How to get the physics just right in a physics driven game

I'm working on a physics driven game using a java port of Bullet (JBullet). In our game we have a ball that can have collisions with the other objects, including the objects that define the ...
6
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1answer
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Bringing a Box2D, Physics Enabled game Online?

Lets say, to simplify the problem of online games a bit, my goal would be to run a near identical simulation on multiple computers in sync. Would sending commands be a good idea? Now if only sending ...
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1answer
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How does 2D Game Physics work? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I build a 2D physics engine? If we take the game Angry Birds that had big success lately I were thinking how do they implement the physics in a game like that? ...
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Lag compensation with networked 2D games

I want to make a 2D game that is basically a physics driven sandbox / activity game. There is something I really do not understand though. From research, it seems like updates from the server should ...
4
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1answer
407 views

Taking Physics into account for AI Planning

What I've seen in most Game Engines and game engine design is that the Physics Engine is the be all end all system. Basically, AI for example may want to travel to some position, but it simply ...
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1answer
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What are the common character animation techniques used in tile based hack&slash games?

I wonder what kind of animation techniques are used for creature and character animation in modern hack&slash type tile based games? Keyframing for different actions may be one option. Skeletal ...