How the Hell Do You Play iPhysics?

Discussion in 'iPhysics [old jailbreak version]' started by xSNOWCAT, Dec 2, 2007.

  1. xSNOWCAT

    xSNOWCAT New Member

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    its a really weird game and i have no clue
  2. eoen

    eoen New Member

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    u draw lines as bridges from one point to the other, then u draw a box above the ball so it falls ontop and causes the ball to move.

    btw your aiming for the box thats already on the screen

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  3. Steaps

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    download crayon physic's first and beat it, like 4 levels, its easy.
  4. xSNOWCAT

    xSNOWCAT New Member

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    oh i get it thanks
  5. sopela123

    sopela123 New Member

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    But what are the small white circles for (the ones you get when you quick tap the screen) ?
  6. igottjam

    igottjam New Member

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    Those are joints iirc.
  7. sopela123

    sopela123 New Member

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    I dont quite understand the joints. Lets say I place two of them and i draw a line between them. Normally the line just goes down, nothing else. Some other times one of the edges of the line sticks to one joint and the other edge falls down. Should'nt both edges stick to the joint? How do you use them? (Excuse my english)
  8. ben471

    ben471 New Member

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    Rather than me trying to explain it, draw a shape that looks like this:

    [_o______] (but imagine that a rectangle with the missing side, the "o" is the joint. Experiment with that to see how the joints work. Hope that helps somewhat.
  9. AlexRADL

    AlexRADL Retired Moderator

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    Lets say you draw a rectangle and you want the rectagle to stay in place. What you would do is draw 4 joints (by tapping once) in each of the 4 corners of the rectangle. That way the shape is "stuck" to the background.
  10. AVFC1

    AVFC1 New Member

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    The white circles are anchor points. So if you put one on the corner of a rerctangle it will turn around that point.

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