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  1. Hi everyone! https://vtange.github.io/boxgun/ This is Boxgun, my first game with BabylonJs! It’s a projectile game. You have 10 seconds to drag and shake the crystal you see on-screen to charge the box cannon, with which you try to fire a box as far as you can! The game stops when it detects your box is done moving. Controls: (in menu) Z or Enter: ‘OK’ in menu up, down: move up and down the current menu. (in game) Spacebar: fire P: pause, unpause …or you can just use your fingers or a mouse Note: Babylonjs only powers the 3d picture parts. The UI is actually an HTML5 DOM overlay. Enjoy!
  2. Hi, could some one point me to right direction on how to do this kind of predicted trajectory?
  3. I am somewhat new to Phaser and have a goal of making a game with similar gameplay to the first Navyfield. One concept I am having trouble with is how Navyfield managed to do projectiles with 3D positions using 2D sprites. What steps do I have to take to have a cannon fire a projectile up in the air and possibly at an angle towards or away from the "camera"? If possible, could I get some psuedo code or even better an example using Phaser? Here is an example of the projectile system used in Navyfield (might be a bit loud):
  4. I am moving a projectile through space and have registered an OnIntersectionEnterTrigger action to the object and my target. The problem I am facing is that at lower fps, the intersect is sometimes missed due to the object not occupying the same space in a frame because of "skipping". Is there an easy way to interpolate if the object would have intersected via Babylon JS? Or is there a better way to do this? Thank you.