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  1. I tried to make a game tank and added radar to the tank to detect the obstacle. I use geom.intersect to do that. but when I tried to move the tank I got a problem, because there was only a centerOn method for attaching graphics on it
  2. I'm struggling with giving a Geom a Matter body, or with updating graphics according to matter bodies movement. I'm trying looping through all my Geoms, created from all my matter bodies, and then updating each with the position of the matter body and drawing it in to the graphics, but the results performance is really bad. Can anyone please provide me with an example? I found none at labs.phaser.io Thanks!
  3. I'm probably being funny because I recently started working with phaser but I couldn't find an answer anywhere. I'm doing zoom by changing the world scale and my sprites seem to act naturally when I zoom but the lines that I render using debug.geom(line) don't update properly ( they start moving away from their start and end point ( which are sprites) as I zoom in or out but they still respond relatively if I drag either of the sprites. How do i make them to stick to the actual sprites not the view ? P.S. : If you check out the attachment : I have zoomed in a little bit and now the line has moved away from the handles but remains parallel to the invisible line that connects the two sprites, it will stay parallel to that even if I drag the handles around , but it's length is not scaling and the position is not right ! ... }; var newLine= function () { handles['line'+lineCounter+'_1']= game.add.sprite(100, 200, 'balls', 0); var handle1=handles['line'+lineCounter+'_1'] ; handle1.anchor.set(0.5); handle1.inputEnabled = true; handle1.input.enableDrag(true); handles['line'+lineCounter+'_2']= game.add.sprite(400, 300, 'balls', 0); var handle2=handles['line'+lineCounter+'_2'] ; handle2.anchor.set(0.5); handle2.inputEnabled = true; handle2.input.enableDrag(true); lines['line'+lineCounter] = new Phaser.Line(handle1.x, handle1.y, handle2.x, handle2.y); //handles['line'+lineCounter+'_1'].addChild(lines['line'+lineCounter]); lineCounter++ ; }; // Add available input keys var key1 = game.input.keyboard.addKey(Phaser.Keyboard.ONE); key1.onDown.add(previousPicture, this); var key2 = game.input.keyboard.addKey(Phaser.Keyboard.TWO); key2.onDown.add(nextPicture, this); var key3 = game.input.keyboard.addKey(Phaser.Keyboard.THREE); key3.onDown.add(newLine, this); // set our world size to be bigger than the window so we can move the camera //game.world.setBounds(-900, -900, 900,900); // move our camera half the size of the viewport back so the pivot point is in the center of our view game.camera.x = (game.width * -0.5); game.camera.y = (game.height * -0.5); }, update: function() { for (var lineName in lines) { lines[lineName].setTo(handles[lineName+'_1'].x, handles[lineName+'_1'].y, handles[lineName+'_2'].x, handles[lineName+'_2'].y); //lines[lineName].fromSprite(handles[lineName+'_1'],handles[lineName+'_2'], false); } // movement if (game.input.keyboard.isDown(Phaser.Keyboard.UP)) { game.world.pivot.y -= 5; } else if (game.input.keyboard.isDown(Phaser.Keyboard.DOWN)) { game.world.pivot.y += 5; } if (game.input.keyboard.isDown(Phaser.Keyboard.LEFT)) { game.world.pivot.x -= 5; } else if (game.input.keyboard.isDown(Phaser.Keyboard.RIGHT)) { game.world.pivot.x += 5; } // zoom if (game.input.keyboard.isDown(Phaser.Keyboard.Q)) { worldScale += 0.05; } else if (game.input.keyboard.isDown(Phaser.Keyboard.A)) { worldScale -= 0.05; } // set a minimum and maximum scale value worldScale = Phaser.Math.clamp(worldScale, 0.8, 3); // set our world scale as needed game.world.scale.set(worldScale); /* if (cursors.left.isDown) { console.log("Left"); if (backgrounds['image-data-'+String(currentImage-1)] ) { previous_image= backgrounds['image-data-'+String(currentImage-1)] ; previous_image.alpha= 1.0 ; } } if (cursors.right.isDown) { console.log("Right"); if (backgrounds['image-data-'+String(currentImage+1)] ) { next_image= backgrounds['image-data-'+String(currentImage+1)] ; next_image.alpha= 0 ; } } */ }, render: function() { for (var lineName in lines) { game.debug.geom(lines[lineName],'rgb(0,255,0)'); } }
  4. Hello. I have currently developing a tile-based puzzle game. I need to draw block/cell dynamically (the width/height and x/y count can change), What is the best way to achieve this? From what I have tried, rectangle class only used for debugging, and rendering debug.geom always draw it on top of everything. Another way I can imagine is creating a sprite for block, and draw it in loop, but I still don't know how to achieve this, since there doesnt seem any way to override rendering method of a sprite. Thanks.
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