The motion physics of the objects sailing through the air, ranging from thrown baseballs to battleship cannonfire to falling rocks.

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Forcing one projectile to follow close behind an initial projectile

I'm shooting out a projectile and I want another projectile to closely follow it. I can't simply shoot out the second projectile at a slightly lesser time because the first projectile may change ...
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Determing an object's position along a curve over time

I have some objects in my game which are "thrown". At the moment I am trying to implement this by having these objects follow a parabolic curve. I know the start point, the end point, the vertex and ...
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What's the most efficient way to find the intersection point of a missile and a bitmap terrain?

Following up on my earlier question about finding the slope of a 2D bitmap terrain I now need to know the best way of finding the point on the 2D terrain that the missile hit. Obviously, I can see if ...
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Realistic Trajectory of a Projectile

When simulating an airplane and a missile, to get them moving in the air we apply a force in one direction. Now an airplane has wings that keeps it afloat while a missile can have fins to stabilize ...