The Shoot 'Em Up Kit allows users to create their own professional quality 2D and 3D videogames without programming using a simple drag-and-drop interface. A simple game can be created in just a few minutes while lighting, camera views, behaviours, physics settings, shaders, particle effects and AI can be created and modified to fine-tune a complex game.

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This tutorial video gives an introduction to using physics in games created using the Shoot 'Em Up Kit.

Posted by tallstudios on Aug 23rd, 2012
Intermediate Other.

This tutorial video shows how to set up a gravity force and a ground plane in games created using the Shoot 'Em Up Kit. It also shows how to change the physics properties of objects in the game and demonstrates the effect of changing the friction and restitution values.


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