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New Physics Extension!
News posted 24th November, 2007 by Assault Andy  
Phizix is a new extension based on the Chipmunk Game Dynamics engine. Created by Daniel Rehn, it is compatible with the full version of Multimedia Fusion and Multimedia Fusion Developer.

Phizix allows for rigid body physics and joints, allowing a new level of freedom in game and application development. Phizix is a must have extension as it will allow developers to implement features such as falling crates, realistic bouncing objects, swinging motions and basic ragdolls.

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Posted by Ski 24th November, 2007

YAY! Hopefully people will make some awesome things with this ^^
Posted by ..:.Phox.:.. 25th November, 2007

Posted by Willy C 25th November, 2007

Super Awesome!
Posted by Klikmaster 25th November, 2007

Just what I needed
Posted by Hempuli 25th November, 2007

Posted by Fadex 25th November, 2007

Great extension
Posted by Hempuli 25th November, 2007

Totally extra-hyper-awesomeness!
Posted by DaVince 25th November, 2007


Posted by Dr. James MD 25th November, 2007

Isn't Phys-X the name of that big mega physics thingy for graphics cards or something? Either way. This sounds just a bit awesome
Posted by Willy C 25th November, 2007

Yups, AGEIA PhysX.
I'm predicting there will be a lot of small physic games released for a while now.
Posted by Hempuli 25th November, 2007

lol, you're right.

Actually I'm planning to use this in my Winter game.
Posted by AsparagusTrevor 25th November, 2007

Holy sodding crikey yeah! Been waiting for this one, can't wait to play around with it.
Posted by Spiriax 25th November, 2007

Posted by LIJI 25th November, 2007

What the? The installer uses the images I made for my bonus pack installer!
And it even has my bonus pack icons in there!
Posted by Dr. James MD 25th November, 2007

Well that's mighty impressive! It looks a little limited though, what with shapes and the likes, but this really should be something Clickteam should put into MMF3 or whatever. It's a huge leap in the right direction.
I won't be putting it into my projects because they've already got a foundation. But I'd love to use this on something new.
Posted by Del Duio 25th November, 2007

Just wait 'til you see the pong clone I'm gonna' make with this!!
Posted by Jarzka 25th November, 2007

Any tutorials available?
Posted by Sphax 25th November, 2007

The examples are with the object.
I don't think the object is very limited since a lot of wanted features have already been included following the beta testers ideas.
Posted by Dustin Gunn 25th November, 2007

this is pretty awesome but it doesn't seem to handle realistic levels of gravity very well
Posted by Assault Andy 25th November, 2007

I don't think the features are limited at all really. If you look at the documentation, there is support for custom shapes and polygons. Look at the pinball example, the walls are all unusual shapes.
Posted by »xerus 25th November, 2007

Wow... this thing is complicated... argh.
Posted by steve 25th November, 2007

Fantastic, incredible extension. Thank you very much Daniel
Posted by ben mercer 25th November, 2007

This is revolutionary. Daniel stole Vortex's thunder there I think...
Posted by Ski 25th November, 2007

omg who has Vitalize 4!?
Posted by X_Sheep 26th November, 2007

CT Beta Testers maybe?
Posted by Jarzka 26th November, 2007

"The examples are with the object. "

Posted by LIJI 26th November, 2007

C:\Program Files\Multimedia Fusion( Developer) 2\Examples
Posted by MasterM 26th November, 2007

"omg who has Vitalize 4!? "

I do
Posted by LIJI 26th November, 2007

I have V4 for weeks already.


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