I am developing a game, in unity, that has accurate destruction physics and from my understanding unity uses plain old rigid body physics. I was wondering if there was a way to bring composite rigid body physics into unity through a plug in or library or some other way?
edit: So composite rigid body physics is almost exact like normal rigid body physics. But the main difference is that in composite rigid body physics all of the assets will not be considered physics based objects until an outside force hits them. For example a building and all of that parts it is made out of will not be processed as physics based objects until say a rocket hits it. This method of composite rigid body physics uses much less memory because it is only processing what is being affect and not everything else.