We don't recommend mixing Physics and DragAndDrop behaviors. And yet here is an example showing how to throw a physics object with DragAndDrop. [wpdm_package id='2408']
Simple yet very life-like rag doll made with Physics! (more…)
Usually mixing Physics with Platform behavior is a bad idea, but in this example they work pretty well together. Create a seesaw or a platform that tilts when player steps...
A neat little puzzler template where your goal is to re-arrange yellow blocks and move them all to the green space. (more…)
What makes this Air Hockey template super awesome? It supports touch controls for two players and has less than 20 events! (more…)
Learn how to use Physics joints to create ropes and chains in a Physics game. (more…)
2D physics racing games are fun! Make one yourself starting with this simple demo. The event sheet shows how to set up physics joints to make a working car suspension....
Fun game demo. Take your mouse, draw a line to stop the object from falling to its death. Easy to follow event sheet. (more…)
Great little catch the apples game. This demo shows you the basics of the physics behavior in a cute little game. 1 event sheet, plenty of comments. (more…)
Bouncy ball follows the mouse. Great easy demo. Simple to follow, simple to recreate. Detailed event sheet. (more…)