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  1. Thank you so much for the helpful response! I had thought of the two collision boxes thing, but I don't know how to do that in Phaser. Any suggestions?
  2. Does anyone know how to do collision detection for games with a 3/4 (or angled) perspective. Examples are Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the NES or Streets of Rage on Sega. In those games the player can walk from below up to a wall until their feet contact the wall. So only the bottom of their sprite collides with walls. But their whole sprite collides with bullets and attacks. I've been trying to do this forever in Phaser and I can't figure it out. Has anyone tried this before? Are their any examples of this in phaser?
  3. I'm trying to do collision detection for a game that has a camera perspective similar to NES classics like Metal Gear, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, and double dragon. It's mostly top down, but at an angle so that you can see the sides of objects and characters. See the image for an example. Notice how the play sprite (green) can walk all the way up to the car until his feet touch the bottom of the car. So the collision is not on the whole character model, only his feet. Also, when attacking or being attached the player sprite and the enemy sprite must be on the same horizontal plane for their attacks to collide. I've been trying for ages to get something like this to work in Phaser, but I don't know how. Are there any solutions out there? Any games written in phaser that already do this?