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Spritekit - gradually apply force vector in different direction (space ship turning)

I have a space ship that I'm applying a force vector to using a joystick for control. I would like this to smoothly fly around when I'm switching directions.. Exactly like minisquadron if you've ...
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Reflection velocity

I'm trying to get a moving circular object to bounce (elastically) off of an immovable circular object. Am I doing this right? (The results look right, but I hate to trust that alone, and I can't ...
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Bouncing objects against the side of the screen

I want to have certain circular objects bounce against all four sides of the screen. After searching a lot on the internet, I found the following formula: Vout = Vin - ((1+e) *dot(Vnormal, Vin) * ...
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408 views

android game-logic for shooter

Im creating a 2d game for android. I'll just get right to it. I have a sprite controlled by a joystick that needs to shoot, sofar Ive managed to get direction and movement on my bullet, but then I ...
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2k views

Vector movement in space type game (Mouse rotation)

I'm having an issue with my movement in my 'game' prototype. It's basically not working and admittedly my knowledge with vectors is lacking. The issue I'm running into is that the ship won't move in ...
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How to bounce a 2d point particle off of a circular edge

In a prototype I'm building, a particle can spawn anywhere within a larger, confining circle. Important to note is that the particle will not spawn in the origin of the larger circle, but anywhere ...
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Implementing Separating Axis Theorem (SAT) and Minimum Translation Vector (MTV)

I was following codezealot's tutorial on SAT and MTV and trying to implement it myself but I've come a cropper when it comes to getting the correct MTV. Here is my example: (Cue pretty pictures...) ...
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546 views

Using Vectors for 2d animation [closed]

I've decided that it's best to start using vectors in my games instead of the xPos += xSpeed and yPos += ySpeed approach. I'm posting some of the code from my basic model class which handles movement ...
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Adding 'swerve' to a direction

I'm not much of a maths expert, so this is probably quite straight forward. I was playing a soccer flash game where you take free kicks. You provide Power, Swerve and Direction. I'm reading up on ...
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Determining relative velocities on impact?

I'm trying to figure out a way to determine the relative velocity of a body colliding with another in a 2D environment. For example if one body is moving at (1,0) and another traveling behind it ...