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How to design basic physics and movement behavior for 2D platformer?

I want to make a simple 2D platformer. I know some basic 2D physics and how to implement them in a game. How to make a character jump, accelerate, decelerate, etc. But I have no idea how to actually ...
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Ground hitting system [closed]

I want to know how to make character hit ground and lose health. For example: when character is falling of one meter he losing only a small part of his health, and when he's falling of 10 metters he ...
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How can I implement jumping in a 2D game using bounding box collision?

Problem: I'm trying to implement basic jumping to my 2D game engine, but have failed several times. Basically what I've done so far is disabling gravity and using a separate function moving the player ...
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Platform game: applying gravity and jumping [duplicate]

I am making a 2D platform game in Java but I don't know how to apply gravity and jumping on my player and other living creatures in game that it looks natural and that it is physical correct. I have ...
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Multiplayer platformer - Are server corrections normally required with a single client on the server?

I am currently working on a rather simple multiplayer platformer. I read quite a bit of articles on the techniques used to hide latency, but I still fail to get my head around certain of the concepts. ...
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Gravity independent of game updates per second

Edit Just for clarification, my sprite's 'movement' isn't the problem. If I set my Time variable to 4 seconds, then it will cross the screen in exactly 4 seconds regardless of logic updates rate per ...
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How to make a character in a Box2D world jump faster?

I have a question about using Box2D to simulate a physics-platformer. I manage to make the character move to the right and left, and jumping as well. However, jumping seems extremely slow when ...
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“Super meatboy”-ish replay

I'm making a platformer built from mini-levels - and I want to create a sort of a replay of all the player tries that the player did for the level. My question is - what is the best way to record the ...
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Impulsioned jumping

There's one thing that has been puzzling me, and that is how to implement a 'faux-impulsed' jump in a platformer. If you don't know what I'm talking about, then think of the jumps of Mario, Kirby, and ...
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Game Physics: Implementing Normal Reaction from ground correctly

I am implementing a simple side scrolling platform game. I am using the following strategy while coding the physics: Gravity constantly acts on the character. When the character is touching the ...
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Trouble with AABB collision response and physics

I have been racking my brain trying to figure out a problem I am having with physics and basic AABB collision response. I am fairly close as the physics are mostly right. Gravity feels good and ...
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Platformer gravity where gravity is greater than tile size

I am making a simple grid-tile-based platformer with basic physics. I have 16px tiles, and after playing with gravity it seems that to get a nice quick Mario-like jump feel, the player ends up moving ...
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Platforming - Hanging off of cliffs and edges? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Programming a climbing system like tomb raider I've been interested in platforming gameplay dynamics for a while now. What I'm trying to ask is how games like Assassin's ...
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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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Platformer Starter Kit - Collision Issues

I'm having trouble with my game that is based off the XNA Platformer starter kit. My game uses smaller tiles (16x16) then the original (32x40) which I'm thinking may be having an effect on collision ...
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How do games using physic engines for 2d games handle platform corners?

I have seen games like latest "2'5D" sonics that handle collision detection at platform corners pretty well. The problem I'm having is that my game uses an ellipsoid as my player's body to let it ...
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Why is my character not moving when applying an acceleration to it?

I'm having issues with my character in terms of gravity and the character bouncing up and down. You can find more information about it in the link below. Character bouncing off ground due to gravity ...
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2D game collision response: SAT & minimum displacement along a given axis?

I'm trying to implement a collision system in a 2D game I'm making. The separating axis theorem (as described by metanet's collision tutorial) seems like an efficient and robust way of handling ...
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How to handle physics of moving platforms in a platformer?

So after a few hours of searching on the internet, I have yet to find a pleasing answer on how to handle moving platforms in a 2d platform game. So I decided to make a simple prototype where you ...
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2D Platformer AABB collision problems

I have a problem with AABB collision resolution. I resolve AABB intersection by resolving the X axis first, then the Y axis. This is done to prevent this bug: http://i.stack.imgur.com/NLg4j.png ...
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Recreating retro/NES style physics with intentional imprecision

Background: I'm having a problem getting the jump curve correct for a retro platformer remake project of mine. The original game is for the NES, and the player's velocity is stored in two separate ...