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Thread: Simple AS2 Physics Engine?

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    Simple AS2 Physics Engine?

    Hi, I was wondering if there was a simple AS2 physics engine around for a small game. Mostly I need it for weapon interaction with objections to send them flying, but I am willing to try make my own if someone could point me in the right direction if there is no better alternative!

    Thanks.

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    I like to use Box2D flash for my physics needs. But that's in AS3, and takes a bit to learn. But it's worth it because it's very powerful.

    Anyways. I would not recommend you do any game with complex physics in AS2. That's a recipe for messiness and poorly handling physics. It really is worth learning AS3 for this kind of more complex stuff.

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    Ok, hopefully I will try learn AS3 soon. Thanks.

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