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Hello. I have made previous threads about this specific issue but couldn't get my problem solved.

This time I made a codepen with my code which might make helping easier: https://codepen.io/PhasedEvolution/pen/mAaNkp?editors=1010

I want to make something similar to this: http://codepen.io/photonstorm/pen/ogZJPP?editors=001

However I am not being able to destroy the bmd I created and I don't know why... Can someone look into this and help me out?

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Did you forget 

wall_bmd.update();

?

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If you have drawn anything to the BitmapData since it was created you must call BitmapData.update to refresh the array buffer, otherwise this may return out of date color values, or worse - throw a run-time error as it tries to access an array element that doesn't exist.

 

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@Milton Well it really works nice :P However when I change my code to this : https://codepen.io/PhasedEvolution/pen/mAaNkp?editors=1011 it doesn't work anymore.

I have tryed everything but I don't know why it doesn't work. The code I showed before was the simplified version of my actual code but I guess the problem wasn't there. It must be something related to the way I am "Pooling" my bullets (that is also making the game extremelly slow) I need a better way to do it. I am not sure if I can use phaser already made collision/overlap functions for this... But the biggest problem is really that. Why the bmd is not getting destroyed

 

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This sort of works:

if(get_collision_pixel.a == 255) { 
  bomb.x = 0; // or actually remove bomb
  //wall_bmd.blendDestinationOut();
  //wall_bmd.ctx.rect(bomb_x, bomb_y, 30,30);
  wall_bmd.circle(bomb_x, bomb_y, 10, 'rgba(0, 0, 0, 254');
  //wall_bmd.blendReset();
  wall_bmd.dirty = true;
  wall_bmd.update();     
}

The 'dirty' flag is the key I think...
Not sure how the other example triggers it...

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10 hours ago, Milton said:

This sort of works:


if(get_collision_pixel.a == 255) { 
  bomb.x = 0; // or actually remove bomb
  //wall_bmd.blendDestinationOut();
  //wall_bmd.ctx.rect(bomb_x, bomb_y, 30,30);
  wall_bmd.circle(bomb_x, bomb_y, 10, 'rgba(0, 0, 0, 254');
  //wall_bmd.blendReset();
  wall_bmd.dirty = true;
  wall_bmd.update();     
}

The 'dirty' flag is the key I think...
Not sure how the other example triggers it...

I will try to figure that out. You were a great help once again @Milton Thanks

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http://haxecoder.com/ is excellent, but I think it needs some older libraries. If you can install openfl 3.6.0 and lime 2.9.0 you should be good to go ( You can set versions with haxelib set).

Haxe/OpenFL is almost the same as Phaser. The same Flash people are involved. It's mostly based on Flixel. You could try HaxeFlixel to get started, that should be very familiar.

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47 minutes ago, Milton said:

http://haxecoder.com/ is excellent, but I think it needs some older libraries. If you can install openfl 3.6.0 and lime 2.9.0 you should be good to go ( You can set versions with haxelib set).

Haxe/OpenFL is almost the same as Phaser. The same Flash people are involved. It's mostly based on Flixel. You could try HaxeFlixel to get started, that should be very familiar.

Oh nice. I just got a little confused over all the concepts (Haxe, OpenFL, HaxeFlixel). What I understood from searching was something like this: Haxe is a programming language that shares similarities with C# ,for example. OpenFL was built on haxe and has something to do with compiling flash to multiple platforms? HaxeFlixel was built based on OpenFL and it is focused on game development? You said I could use HaxeFlixel to get started. Does that bring limitations in comparison to just use Haxe/OpenFL for instance? I am not sure if this question makes any sense though...

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I wouldn't compare Haxe to C#. C# is like Java. I am a certified (Oracle) Java developer, and I hate it. Haxe, like JavaScript and Flash (ActionScript), is based on (similar to) ECMAScript.
The fun thing about Haxe is that it compiles to most any other language. You don't have to worry about that though. Write once, and then just say, I'd like to have this in Javascript, C, PHP, Java, whatever...

OpenFL justs gives you a very Flash like API, Displaylists, Sprites etc.
HaxeFlixel is like Phaser, a pretty complete game engine.

 

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