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  1. Issues making my first snake game

    Hi, I have been working on my first full game and decided to try a snake clone. I haven't followed any kind of tutorial and have just been trying to get to grips with the framework. I am however having a few issues and have been stuck for a couple of hours to try and fix a couple of annoying bugs. The first main issue I have with my game is that collisions don't seem to be firing correctly. I have tried to set one up when the head of the snake collides with any of the tail elements which just restarts the game state for testing purposes. This seems to however try to trigger another function which should only happen when a player collides with food. I am guessing I need to setup my collision handlers differently in order to fix this. The other bug is that when a bit of food has been eaten a new sprite it created but just before it does it gets added randomly to somewhere on the screen then disappears but I can't work out why that would be. I setup a git repo of my project so far on github and it can be found here: If someone could offer some advice as to what I can do to fix this I would be very grateful. Thanks
  2. I'm making a game using Phaser, P2 physics and webpack. When it comes to P2 I can not use custom physic shapes because they won't collide with world bounds. I'm using Phaser webpack example template ( Templates/Webpack) and an example from the website ( The point is that when using custom colision shapes, entities won't collide. But they do if I use the default squared shapes or the circle ones that Phaser provide. The game code is simple and you can check it here: /** * Import Phaser dependencies using `expose-loader`. * This makes then available globally and it's something required by Phaser. * The order matters since Phaser needs them available before it is imported. */ import PIXI from 'expose-loader?PIXI!phaser-ce/build/custom/pixi.js'; import p2 from 'expose-loader?p2!phaser-ce/build/custom/p2.js'; import Phaser from 'expose-loader?Phaser!phaser-ce/build/custom/phaser-split.js'; var game = new Phaser.Game(800, 600, Phaser.CANVAS, 'phaser-example', { preload: preload, create: create, update: update, render: render }); function preload() { game.scale.scaleMode = Phaser.ScaleManager.SHOW_ALL; game.load.image('tetrisblock1', 'assets/sprites/tetrisblock1.png'); game.load.image('tetrisblock2', 'assets/sprites/tetrisblock2.png'); game.load.image('tetrisblock3', 'assets/sprites/tetrisblock3.png'); game.load.physics('physicsData', 'assets/physics/sprites.json'); } var tetris1; var tetris2; var tetris3; var mouseBody; var mouseConstraint; function create() { // Enable p2 physics game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.P2JS); game.physics.p2.gravity.y = 1000; tetris1 = game.add.sprite(300, 100, 'tetrisblock1'); tetris2 = game.add.sprite(375, 200, 'tetrisblock2'); tetris3 = game.add.sprite(450, 300, 'tetrisblock3'); // Create collision group for the blocks var blockCollisionGroup = game.physics.p2.createCollisionGroup(); // This part is vital if you want the objects with their own collision groups to still collide with the world bounds // (which we do) - what this does is adjust the bounds to use its own collision group. game.physics.p2.updateBoundsCollisionGroup(); // Enable the physics bodies on all the sprites game.physics.p2.enable([ tetris1, tetris2, tetris3 ], false); tetris1.body.clearShapes(); tetris1.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'tetrisblock1'); tetris1.body.setCollisionGroup(blockCollisionGroup); tetris1.body.collides([blockCollisionGroup]); tetris2.body.clearShapes(); tetris2.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'tetrisblock2'); tetris2.body.setCollisionGroup(blockCollisionGroup); tetris2.body.collides([blockCollisionGroup]); tetris3.body.clearShapes(); tetris3.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'tetrisblock3'); tetris3.body.setCollisionGroup(blockCollisionGroup); tetris3.body.collides([blockCollisionGroup]); // create physics body for mouse which we will use for dragging clicked bodies mouseBody = new p2.Body();; // attach pointer events game.input.onDown.add(click, this); game.input.onUp.add(release, this); game.input.addMoveCallback(move, this); } function click(pointer) { var bodies = game.physics.p2.hitTest(pointer.position, [ tetris1.body, tetris2.body, tetris3.body ]); // p2 uses different coordinate system, so convert the pointer position to p2's coordinate system var physicsPos = [game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.x), game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.y)]; if (bodies.length) { var clickedBody = bodies[0]; var localPointInBody = [0, 0]; // this function takes physicsPos and coverts it to the body's local coordinate system clickedBody.toLocalFrame(localPointInBody, physicsPos); // use a revoluteContraint to attach mouseBody to the clicked body mouseConstraint =, [0, 0], clickedBody, [game.physics.p2.mpxi(localPointInBody[0]), game.physics.p2.mpxi(localPointInBody[1]) ]); } } function release() { // remove constraint from object's body game.physics.p2.removeConstraint(mouseConstraint); } function move(pointer) { // p2 uses different coordinate system, so convert the pointer position to p2's coordinate system mouseBody.position[0] = game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.x); mouseBody.position[1] = game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.y); } function update() { } function render() { // game.debug.text(result, 32, 32); } If you need to have a look at the project, you can check it here: Any toughts about why the collisions are not working when using custom collision shapes? Thanks in advance, Alex
  3. Very new to Phaser and reading as much as I can before committing to using it as my game development system. My goal is to alternate views, a bit like VR, from one eye to the other. I have done this before by setting specific colours for backgrounds (x2) and Sprites (two colour versions). Person uses Red Green filters to limit view to each eye. In the past I have page flipped (RE screen drawn, then LE screen drawn) which I know is not needed in Phaser. I can just change background colour for each screen refresh which will do the job. But this introduces a potential new problem as I need to hide objects / sprites from each aye alternately as background colour changes. Am thinking I could alternate "visible" for sprites that I do not want seen in alternate cycles. Question is, will collisions be detected with an invisible object? Goal is to teach both eyes to work together but while playing a simple retro style game. Another option would be to redraw sprites to be hidden in the background colour. I saw this as an option in in the examples but don't know how resource intensive this will be. Only four colours can be used in the design process. Two for backgrounds, two for sprites. Each eye only responds to two colours. Does anyone know if this could work? A better workaround? Just thought about the depth positioning. I could place the ones to be hidden behind the background? Can I set two layers, one drawn for RE and the other for LE and then just move one forward and back as required? Thinking this might be easier to code as sprites will be children of each layer? Again will collisions be detected? Thanks
  4. Hello! I created a simple semi cylinder on Blender and imported it inside my game but for some reason the .checkCollisions of the model is not working. It is set to true , and the free camera's .checkCollisions is also set to true but the camera can still go through the model. I've tried with babylon meshes and checkCollisions is working fine. I even enabled collisions in the physics tab in Blender but nothing seems to be working. I am guessing the problem is with the model itself. But any thoughts on why it's not working? I attached the model here if you need to check it. Help would be really appreciated. cylinder1.blend
  5. Collision error with arcade physics

    Hi i'm quite new to phaser but ive been making this game for a school project where you control a helicopter and when the helicopter body collides with the water refill building it refills the water but if i go up against the side of the building and change direction it flips my helicopter so that it flys the other direction which then makes the helicopter overlapping the water refill building and my game crashes and i get this error Game.js:342 Uncaught ReferenceError: refill is not defined at Function.<anonymous> (Game.js:342) at Phaser.Physics.Arcade.collideSpriteVsSprite (phaser.js:80431) at Phaser.Physics.Arcade.collideSpriteVsGroup (phaser.js:80520) at Phaser.Physics.Arcade.collideHandler (phaser.js:80369) at Phaser.Physics.Arcade.overlap (phaser.js:80121) at Object.update (Game.js:341) at Phaser.StateManager.update (phaser.js:30658) at Phaser.Game.updateLogic (phaser.js:38763) at Phaser.Game.update (phaser.js:38707) at Phaser.RequestAnimationFrame.updateRAF (phaser.js:61260) function Refill() { water = 3 } game.physics.arcade.overlap(player, WaterBuildings, function (overlappingPlayer, overlappingWaterBuildings) { refill() }); any help would be much appreciated
  6. Hi, I'm using a tileset for my maps. Not all tiles fill their whole square though, like the top and bottom blocks there, for example. The player character is a simple square guy. Here's my problem : for example in this part of one of the map, as long as there's one tiny bit of rock in a tile, Arcade will consider the whole tile should detect collisions. Meaning the player will effectively bounce back against thin air. To have more precise collisions, I'd like to have the character using Arcade physics as it's a simple square and I don't need anything fancy for its physics, and I'd like to use P2 to add detailed physics for collision with the "not entirely filled" map tiles. Is that even possible ? How would you go about doing it ? For now, I've made a json file with physics applied to the whole tileset (using PhysicsEditor) and imported it in the preload method of the Preload state like that : //Preload.js InteractiveResume.Preload.prototype = { preload: function() { //... //load Tiled map this.load.tilemap('grottoMap', 'assets/tilemaps/testGrotto.json', null, Phaser.Tilemap.TILED_JSON); //the terrain tileset and its physics this.load.image('mainTileset', 'assets/png/mainTileset.png');"mainTileset-physics", "assets/json/mainTileset-physics.json"); } } I setup my game maps with an external method located in a "global namespace", the method looks like this : //gameFunctions.js var funcs = { mapSetup: function(map) { =; //the first parameter is the tileset name as specified in Tiled, the second is the key to the asset'mainTileset', 'mainTileset', 16, 16); //create layers config.currentState.firstBackgroundLayer ='firstBackgroundLayer'); config.currentState.secondBackgroundLayer ='secondBackgroundLayer'); config.currentState.blockedLayer ='blockedLayer'); //resizes the game world to match the layer dimensions config.currentState.firstBackgroundLayer.resizeWorld(); config.currentState.secondBackgroundLayer.resizeWorld(); config.currentState.blockedLayer.resizeWorld(); //collision on blockedLayer, 100000, true, 'blockedLayer');, config.currentState.blockedLayer); } } (I had to define a global variable 'config.currentState' to access the 'this' keyword representing the current state outside of it, if anyone knows a better solution I'd be very thankful as its quite heavy to use) And then in my Grotto state : // Grotto.js InteractiveResume.Grotto.prototype = { create: function() { //Creating the map, player sprite and everything... //setup Arcade physics for the player character; }, update: function() { //collisions, this.blockedLayer); //... } } Could anyone point me to the correct direction here ? I must admit I'm totally lost
  7. Collisions doesn't work

    Character fall through the ground although i use function setCollision. Here is my code main.js Here is map newmap.json Please help
  8. Hello there! Long time lurker, first time poster here... In the following example: Why does the sphere mesh overlap (or fall slightly into) the box mesh as the box moves upwards? Is there a way to make the sphere not overlap the box as the box moves the sphere upwards?
  9. Hi guys, this is my first topic in this amazing community, so I would be glad if you can enlighten my doubts as a nice welcome :). I'm programming a survival horror game, and everything is working great except when it comes to colliding among two or three objects. I can't describe the behavior properly because for example: If the main character collides a barrel for example, it works great but It doesn't happen the same when an enemy is moving randomly and suddenly rans into a barrel, because it's like there is no barrel, the enemy just goes through. Here is the index.html file so that you can help me out on this, it's not a large code at all, it's very simple but it's driving me crazy until now. <!doctype html> <html> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8" /> <title>Rescate</title> <script type="text/javascript" src="js/libs/phaser/phaser.min.js"></script> <style type="text/css"> body { margin: 0; } </style> </head> <body> <script type="text/javascript"> //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- //Crea la pantalla principal del juego var game = new Phaser.Game(640,480, Phaser.AUTO, '', { preload: preload, create: create, update: update }); //Cargo fondo, pisos, estrellas y personaje function preload() { game.load.image('fondo', 'assets/MAPA.png'); game.load.image('ground', 'assets/platform.png'); game.load.image('barril','assets/barril.png',30,40); game.load.spritesheet('dude', 'assets/personaje.png', 64, 64); game.load.spritesheet('mummy', 'assets/momia37x45.png', 37, 45, 18); } //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- var player; var platforms; var cursors; var stars; var fondo; var fondo_movil; var score = 0; var scoreText; var background=1; //PARA LA MOMIA var mummy; var anim; var last_direction=9; //Variables para la animacion de la momia var barril,barril2, barril3; //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- function create() { //Se activa la fisica para el juego de tipo ARCADE game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.ARCADE); //Fondo para el juego fondo_movil = game.add.tileSprite(0,0,640,480,'fondo'); //plataformas donde se para el personaje platforms =; //se activa la fisica para cualquier objeto creado en este grupo platforms.enableBody = true; //Se crea el piso var ground = platforms.create(0, - 2, 'ground'); //Escalado ground.scale.setTo(2, 2); //Esto impide caer al piso cuando el personaje lo pisa ground.body.immovable = true; // El jugador y sus caracteristicas player = game.add.sprite(32, - 150, 'dude'); //Se habilita la fisica al jugador game.physics.arcade.enable(player); //Creo el enemigo (momia) mummy = game.add.sprite(380, 400, 'mummy', 5); mummy.scale.set(1.5 ); mummy.smoothed = false; mummy.enableBody = true; game.physics.arcade.enable(mummy); mummy.body.collideWorldBounds = false; barril = game.add.tileSprite(490,430,30,40,'barril'); barril.enableBody = true; game.physics.arcade.enable(barril); barril.body.immovable = true; barril2 = game.add.tileSprite(300,430,30,40,'barril'); barril2.enableBody = true; game.physics.arcade.enable(barril2); barril2.body.immovable = true; //Propiedades físicas del jugador. Se le da al jugador un pequeño rebote. player.body.bounce.y = 0.2; player.body.gravity.y = 400; player.body.collideWorldBounds = true; player.smoothed = true; //Las dos animaciones, caminando a la izquierda y a la derecha player.animations.add('left', [0, 1, 2, 3,4,5,6,7,8], 10, true); player.animations.add('right', [10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18], 10, true); //El puntaje scoreText = game.add.text(16, 16, 'Puntos 0', { fontSize: '32px', fill: '#000' }); //Nuestros controles cursors = game.input.keyboard.createCursorKeys(); anim = mummy.animations.add('walk'); anim.onStart.add(animationStarted, this); anim.onLoop.add(animationLooped, this);, true); } //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- function update() { mummy.position.x -= 1; //Colision del jugador con la plataforma y otras cosas game.physics.arcade.collide(player,mummy); game.physics.arcade.collide(player,barril); game.physics.arcade.collide(player,barril2); game.physics.arcade.collide(player,platforms); game.physics.arcade.collide(mummy,barril); game.physics.arcade.collide(mummy,barril2); game.physics.arcade.collide(mummy,platforms); // Resetea la velocidad a cero player.body.velocity.x = 0; // Movimiento de la momia. //Si el cursor izquierdo esta presionado if (cursors.left.isDown) { //fondo movil derecha if(player.x < 0.3 *{ fondo_movil.tilePosition.x += background; barril.position.x += background ; barril2.position.x += background ; if(player.x < 0.2 *{ player.x = 0.2 *; } } // Moverse a la izquierda player.body.velocity.x = -90; last_direction=0;'left'); } //Si el cursor derecho esta presionado else if (cursors.right.isDown) { //Moverse a la derecha player.body.velocity.x = 90;'right'); //fondo movil derecha if(player.x > 0.5 *{ fondo_movil.tilePosition.x += -background; barril.position.x -= background ; barril2.position.x -= background ; if(player.x > 0.8 *{ player.x = 0.8 *; } } last_direction=9; } else { //Sino mantenerse quieto player.animations.stop(); player.frame = last_direction; } // Permite al jugador saltar si este esta tocando el piso if (cursors.up.isDown && player.body.touching.down) { player.body.velocity.y = - 250; } } //---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- //Animacion de la momia function animationStarted(sprite, animation) { /* game.physics.arcade.collide(player, platforms); game.physics.arcade.collide(mummy, platforms); game.physics.arcade.collide(player,barril); game.physics.arcade.collide(player,barril2); game.physics.arcade.collide(player,mummy); */ //game.add.text(32, 32, 'Animation started', { fill: 'white' }); } function animationLooped(sprite, animation) { /*if (animation.loopCount === 1) { loopText = game.add.text(32, 64, 'Animation looped', { fill: 'white' }); } else { loopText.text = 'Animation looped x2'; //animation.loop = false; }*/ } </script> </body> </html> See you guys, hope you are great!
  10. Hi, I would like to understand a strange behavior of my camera and how to prevent it. Let me explain. I have a mesh that I like to see from different point of views with an ArcRotateCamera. If collisions are enabled, if the camera move from viewpoint1 to viewpoint2 and the translation between these 2 points intersects the mesh, the new camera position is not the expected one. If collisions are disabled, it works. If the translation doesn't intersect the mesh, it also works. Here is a PG to illustrate my issue : you can change viewpoints by pressing keys '1', '2', '3', '4', '5' or '6' to see respectively the cube from front, left, back, right, top or bottom viewpoint you can toggle collision by pressing 'c' If collisions are enabled, my issue happens when : switching from opposite viewpoints (1 -> 3, 2 -> 4, 5 -> 6), you obviously intersect the cube if you are close enough of the cube, moving to any viewpoint will intersect the cube and pressing consecutively the same key will not have the same result until the camera is not in the intended position If collisions are disabled, camera's behavior is the expected one. I don't know why my camera moves like this. I assume that the camera is not teleported from a viewpoint to another but it is translated which implies a collision with my mesh. Can it be fix in Babylon.js ? Do I misuse the library ? How can I prevent this behavior ? I succeed to avoid it but I have to use window.setTimeout twice to disable collisions, then move my camera and enable collisions. function setViewpoint(viewpoint) { camera.checkCollisions = false; window.setTimeout(function() { camera.alpha = viewpoint.alpha; camera.beta = viewpoint.beta; window.setTimeout(function() { camera.checkCollisions = true; }, 100); }, 100); } It is a bit tricky and I'd like to find another way to do it. Thanks
  11. My Camera

    Hi all, I am using Universal Camera and I would like to improve differents features of it. This is the definition of my camera: var camera = new BABYLON.UniversalCamera("universalCamera", new BABYLON.Vector3(600, 200, -500), scene); camera.setTarget(new BABYLON.Vector3(0,0,0)); camera.speed = 1.5; camera.checkCollisions = true; camera.ellipsoid = new BABYLON.Vector3(1, 1, 1); camera.attachControl(canvas); The first question is about collisions. When I move arround the scene and I go to some building of, all the collisions are calculated and my camera is very slow. Are there any way to optimice this operation? When I am near of the different elements of my scene the movement of camera is very bad. The second question is relative to control of camera. I want change the arrow keys to "a","s","d" and "w". Do you know if is it possible? Thanks
  12. Collision between ground and items

    Hi all ! I'm new to phaser, I would like to create an event when items collide to the ground. The items are generated randomely. //Add items emails =; emails.enableBody = true; emails.physicsBodyType = Phaser.Physics.ARCADE; //Generate items for (var y = 0; y < 2; y++) { for (var x = 0; x < 10; x++) { var mail = emails.create(5 + x * 94, y * 10, 'email'); = 'mail' + x.toString() + y.toString(); // ?? mail.checkWorldBounds = true;, this); mail.body.velocity.y = 150 + Math.random() * 200; } } I tried this : //Create collision level2.physics.arcade.overlap(ground, emails, fbiCollect, null, this); //enemy collect function enemy() { console.log('in enemy collect') mail.kill(); scoreEnemy += 10; } But it doesn't work.. So if anyone has an idea
  13. Collisions with tiled

    So i am trying to create a small map with tiled and implement it into phaser. But the collision between the map and the sprite im using as a player doesnt seem to work Here is my code: Platformer.Main = function(game){ var map; var layer; var layer2; var layer3; }; Platformer.Main.prototype = { preload: function(){ }, create: function(){ //map =, 0, 'map'); //map.width = 1280; //map.height = 3800; map = game.add.tilemap('firstLevel'); map.addTilesetImage('object- layer', 'groundlayer'); map.addTilesetImage('ground_tiles'); map.addTilesetImage('Cliff_tileset'); map.addTilesetImage('graphics-tiles-waterflow'); map.addTilesetImage('Extra_Unfinished4'); map.setCollisionBetween(15, 16); map.setCollisionBetween(20, 25); map.setCollisionBetween(27, 29); map.setCollision(40); layer2 = map.createLayer('Background'); layer3 = map.createLayer('Background2') layer = map.createLayer('Tile Layer 1');; this.goUp = game.input.keyboard.addKey(Phaser.Keyboard.UP); this.goDown = game.input.keyboard.addKey(Phaser.Keyboard.DOWN); this.sprite =, 250, 'player'); game.physics.enable(this.sprite, Phaser.Physics.ARCADE); this.sprite.inputEnabled = true; this.sprite.body.collideWorldBounds = true;; layer.resizeWorld(); }, update: function() { game.physics.arcade.collide(this.sprite, layer); game.physics.arcade.collide(this.sprite, layer2); if(this.sprite.input.pointerOver()){ this.sprite.body.velocity.x = 0; this.sprite.body.velocity.y = 0; } else { game.physics.arcade.moveToPointer(this.sprite, 200); } if (Phaser.Rectangle.contains(this.sprite.body, game.input.x, game.input.y)) { this.sprite.body.velocity.setTo(0, 0); } } } Im trying to get the player to collide with some rocks i have in my map. Those rocks are on layer and layer2 which im trying to collide with but it doest work. It also gives me this error Phaser.Tileset - image tile area is not an even multiple of tile size I dont really know how to fix it But im using spritesheets with more than 1 images on them and they are all 32x32 px. And i have really never understood what the map.setCollisionBetween is doing thats why there is so many of them in there Ty for any help
  14. I'm wondering if there's a way to manually check for collisions. I'm making VR first person Pacman game for a project and I need the pacman to eat all the pellets in the direction the user is facing. I got the game working with gravity and collisions but the game was laggy and slow due to collisions with the ground and the pellet at the same time. This was my original function: camera.onCollide = function(collidedMesh) { if (arr[collidedMesh.uniqueId] !== undefined) { //console.log('gone'); arr[collidedMesh.uniqueId].dispose();; score++; if (canvas2 === undefined) { canvas2 = create(scene, score); } else { canvas2.levelVisible = false; canvas2 = create(scene, score); } } }; Now I'm trying to move the camera as it renders but the collisions completely turn off, I'm wondering if there's a way to manually check/enforce for collisions? var moveCamera = function() { var camSpeed = 0.1; var forwards = new BABYLON.Vector3(parseFloat(Math.sin(camera.rotation.y)) * camSpeed, 0, parseFloat(Math.cos(camera.rotation.y)) * camSpeed); camera.position = camera.position.add(forwards); }; scene.registerBeforeRender(function() { moveCamera(); }); mazeRunner.jsx
  15. Problem with zombies collisions

    Hey guys! I make this zombie game: As you can see on the demo, zombies do not react on each other. For now they have only set of predefined points that they should move on. I calculate path to each point using EasyStar.js. My question is, how should I manage zombies movement, so they won't block themselves. I tried updating grid for EasyStar with zombies positions and recalculating path every frame ( or every certain time ) but this didn't work. I thought of implementing Boids algorithm ( mainly separation rule ) but I am not sure how will this work with head-on collisions. Do you have any ideas how can I solve this ? Here is the code:
  16. From what i see in the debug layer, there is ALWAYS a bounding box around meshes. I assume this is the bounding box used for camera collisions against the camera.ellipsoid. My question is, If this is the case then how come ALL meshes wouldn't automatically have a 'SIMPLE' collision box WHY would you need to create a simplified mesh for collisions if every mesh automatically get a very simple bounding box. Now i use a separate simplified mesh for terrains, so i understand the collision system being impacted by the detail of the terrain mesh. I even have support (in my BabylonJS Toolkit For Unity) the Mesh Collider component so you can more easily attach a simplified mesh directly on the game object (just as you would in unity) and it works great... I simply take the 'Simplied Mesh' and enable collisions on that mesh, set its alpha to 75% and isvisible to false. I then set it as the child of the original mesh and reset its transform (because it parented in original mesh). Looks good, works great for both terrains and everyday meshes... I just don't quite understand why i would need these separate simplified meshes IF simple bounding boxes for EVERY mesh AUTOMATICALLY get created and used for collisions ??? P.S. - Even though i wrote (what i think) is an awesome Managed Scene Component API and a KICK-ASS Game Editor Toolkit (almost ready)... I am still new to some of the 3D game concepts. That is the main reason i built the toolkit... was so i can use 'Unity' as my game concept learning tool... So if i want to make some kind of racing game... Ill go find some in-depth training on making a racing game in unity (follow all the tutorials) but use my toolkit to actually implement those concepts in BabylonJS. So again... Sorry for the real newbie questions sometimes
  17. World/local/ray

    Hey, it's me and my bloody Rays again! I went through a bunch of Babylon's classes, but just can't wrap my head around World vs Local vs BoundingBoxes vs Rays. It looks like PickWithRay (and Mesh.intersects(Ray)) only work if meshes' positions are not changed! Here's the PG: Line 40 returns "true" even though the target mesh is outside Ray's path. It just hurts my brain!
  18. Collision layer with P2

    Hi, I create a tilemap with 4 layers with one for collisions ( named : collisions ). The layer with pink tiles is my collisions layer, and the tile ID is 515. Then I add a player and active collisions. function preload() { game.load.tilemap('map', gamePath + 'assets/map.json', null, Phaser.Tilemap.TILED_JSON); game.load.image('tiles', gamePath + 'assets/tiles.png'); game.load.spritesheet('cars', gamePath + 'assets/cars.png', 180 / 5, 73); } function create() { game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.P2JS); map = game.add.tilemap('map'); map.addTilesetImage('tiles'); layer = map.createLayer('collisions'); console.log(layer); layer.resizeWorld(); map.setCollision(515,true); game.physics.p2.convertTilemap(map, layer); player = game.add.sprite(1100, 800, 'cars'); game.physics.p2.enable(player,true);; cursors = game.input.keyboard.createCursorKeys(); } I do not understant why there is not collisions between my player and my collisions layer. thx for your help.
  19. Hello, I have a problem with collisions, because I added four times collisions, but by two of that it won't work (names "steen" and "steen1"). I don't know why it doesn't work, because I did the same things as the other two. The only difference is that by "steen" and "steen1" I won't refer to a function, which I do by the other two because of kill(). The function of the "steen" and "steen1" is that the car won't drive over the grass. I placed an opacity wall over the background, so that you can't drive from the road. Does anybody knows a solution/ Code: var road; var turtle; var steen; var steen1; var cursors; var controls = {}; var auto; var melon; var playState = { preload: function(){ game.load.image('turtle', 'assets/turtles.png'); game.load.image('road', 'assets/road.jpg'); game.load.image('steen', 'assets/steen.jpg'); game.load.image('steen1', 'assets/steen.jpg'); game.load.image('auto', 'assets/car.png'); game.load.image('melon', 'assets/watermelon.png'); }, create:function(){ game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.ARCADE); //Background road = game.add.tileSprite(0,0,1250,700,'road'); game.physics.arcade.enable(road); //MuurLinks steen = game.add.sprite(97,0,'steen'); game.physics.arcade.enable(steen); steen.body.immovable = true; steen.width = 92; steen.height = 700; steen.alpha = 1; //MuurRechts steen1 = game.add.sprite(1078,0,'steen1'); game.physics.arcade.enable(steen1); steen1.body.immovable = true; steen1.width = 92; steen1.height = 700; steen1.alpha = 1; //SchildpadKarakter turtle = game.add.sprite(546,250,'turtle'); game.physics.arcade.enable(turtle); turtle.width = 162; turtle.height = 226; turtle.body.immovable = true; //VerzamelobjectMeloen melon = game.add.sprite(830,100,'melon'); game.physics.arcade.enable(melon); melon.body.immovable = true; melon.anchor.setTo(0.5); melon.scale.setTo(0.3); //VijandAuto auto = game.add.sprite(440,0,'auto'); game.physics.arcade.enable(auto); auto.anchor.setTo(0.5); auto.scale.setTo(0.3); auto.body.immovable = true; //Besturing cursors = game.input.keyboard.createCursorKeys(); controls = { right: this.input.keyboard.addKey(Phaser.Keyboard.D), left: this.input.keyboard.addKey(Phaser.Keyboard.A), }; }, update:function(){ //Achtergrond verandering road.tilePosition.y += 3; //Besturing turtle turtle.body.collideWorldBounds = true; turtle.body.velocity.x = 0; if (controls.left.isDown){ turtle.body.velocity.x = -200; } if (controls.right.isDown){ turtle.body.velocity.x = 200; } //Collision auto auto.body.velocity.y = 200; game.physics.arcade.collide(turtle,auto,this.gameover,null,this); //Collision melon melon.body.velocity.y = 100; game.physics.arcade.collide(turtle,melon,this.collectMelon,null,this); //Collision steen game.physics.arcade.collide(turtle,steen); game.physics.arcade.collide(turtle,steen1); }, collectMelon:function(){ melon.kill(); }, gameover:function(){ game.state.start('over'); }, Finish:function(){ game.state.start('win'); } };
  20. Hello, Is it possible to use collision detection to have an SPS avoid an area in the scene? Either this, or perhaps a large # of sprites? And @Wingnut - as I mentioned, I have a couple of simple solutions to the dynamic texture text post from more than a wekk ago, but I'm only back on the forum after a stay in the hospital at death's door with salmonella poisioning( as I waited too long for treatment - thank God my Wife is smarter than I am.) I'm pretty much recovered now, however I pretty much wish I were dead for a few days while in treatment. So I expect to finally build a scene tomorrow which I hope meets your expectations of "simple." But as for collisions, I need to use sprites or meshes which I can attach a videoTexture to their material and animate (possibly flock) at least 200+ meshes or sprites, etc. and have them avoid an area in the scene - perhaps using a spherical bounding object to define the area they must avoid - not bounce off from a collision necessarily. So I don't necessarily require collision detection, but need to avoid a defined area in the scene. Any thoughts on the best method to accomplish all of the above? Thanks, DB EDIT - actually, the client just changed the specs of the project at the last minute, and I now require collision detections and reactions (changes in translation and velocity from collisions) between the SPS meshes, sprites, or whatever objects can poulate an area with 200+ objects such as in the SPS demos with a good FPS, but also can each have material channels for textures (not necessarily videoTextures, as I'll most likely use multiple 32 bit textures and alpha channel transparencies) and animate the textures such as translation and scale to make them all apear unique. So each object must utilize collision detection, and also detect and react to at least 2 spherical bounding objects which can move with the user's fingrs when they touch the screen - and the collision spheres (two or three) must also not intersect as they need to also avoid collision suing collision detection, but these are invisible to the user, so I'm less concerned about this - but concerned about populating the screen with 200+ textured meshes capable of avoiding collisions with each other as well as the 2 0r 3 invisible spheres which I'll scale when the screen is touched by the user for the 200+ translating objects (SPS meshes?) to react to colliding with these as well. As I believe @jerome was instrumental in developing the SPS, perhaps he might read this and let me know how screwed I might be - but I would guess he might also have the answer to my potential dilemma.
  21. Hi everybody! I've just started using Babylon.js for a small project for an exam, but I'm having some troubles... I have a box that moves pressing arrow keys; when it collides with a fixed object, as a wall, the game ends. This part of the project works, and I've used the intersectMesh method to do this. The box moves updating its position each time that a key is pressed. (I don' t know if this is important but the box has a physics state, in order to properly move on the ground, that is made with an height map). Now, I'd like to add some small objects that the box can "collect" while moving, just colliding with them. I've created my meshes and I've added two animations, one for position and one for rotation; if I try to use the intersectMesh method for the box and the new mesh, it simply doesn't work... Can someone please explain me why this doesn't work? Thank you!
  22. Hi guys, I've built one or two small, simple games with Phaser before but this is the first time I'm working with tilemaps. Hopefully someone can offer some advice. I'm working on a topdown game. I created a tilemap in Tiled with 3 layers. (floor, wall 1 and wall 2 ). The problem is I can get collisions to work on a single layer if I combine the wall layers into the same layer as the floor (so I just have one layer), but I can't get the player to collide with a second layer. TLDR: Is is possible to set up tilemap collisions with multiple layers? Thanks in advance. I've been stuck on this all day.
  23. Hey guys, is there a way of detecting a collision between a known mesh and an unknown one? For example here: Here we have box and let's say I want to check if this box collides with left or right box but without using box.intersectsMesh(mesh) considering that we actually don't know what we are colliding with and want to get the info about the object we are colliding with. I searched the docs yet couldn't find it, is there way to do it? Thanks
  24. Hi everybody, I'm beginning with BabylonJS framework, I trying to understand why wired behaviour happens with collisions here: I think i miss something very simple or some configurations... if someone can clear it up for me =) Thanks. ChepK
  25. Hello to everyone, I'm new to web developing and to babylon js. I'm building a web application for simulating simple physical systems as a high school computer science project. Right now I'm struggling with collisions. I know what calculations to do when two meshes collide assuming I know the collision point, but I couldn't find a way to get that. I'm trying to create my own physics so preferably this would be done without an external physics engine. All I need is to know when and where meshes intersect. I also have an idea but I could not make it work. Perhaps someone here can help with this. I thought to check for intersection using mesh.IntersectsMesh(otherMesh) and then dividing the meshes into sub-meshes. I can than check intersection between sub-meshes. By dividing the meshes into smaller and smaller sub-meshes I can get the point of intersection (for the desired accuracy) if I know which sub-meshes intersect and which do not. My problem is that I can't find a way to check intersection between sub-meshes, as they do not behave exactly like normal, independent meshes. If anyone has a way to help with that, or alternatively another way to go about it, I would be very thankful. Thanks in advance