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  1. Create your own Aliens vs Zombies game using free game sprite assets that include animated alien sprites, zombies, projectiles and zombie sprites. All the characters come with ready to use animations. 12 Assets in Total: 6 Characters with animations Sizes: 128×128 PixelsFile Types: PSD, PNG, and GIF 6 Projectiles Sizes: 32×32 PixelsFile Types: PSD, PNG, and GIF Download: Free Aliens vs Zombies Game Theme
  2. Hello, I wanted to ask if there is some way to produce a more natural way of projectile movement. I have: bullet.body.velocity.x = 950;But it just moves fast from one place to another. To be clear I am not using a simple bullet I have the following which is supposed to be a "gust of wind". The obvious answer is to create a sprite with more "variations" but I was wondering if there is a way to do this programatically. Thanks.
  3. Hi, I'm new in the community and I love phaser JS. I'm developing a platform game. I like to comment my problem with "intelligence projectiles" I would mention to my problem with "smart missiles". Basically I do not know how to perform this task. I am able to handle sprites with animations but I do not know as provide them with "intelligence" to attack the player. I want the enemy attack the player shooting projectiles that follow. I attach a picture with my problem. Any idea? A greeting.