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Physics module that merges Pymunk with Pyxel.

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Physics engine that merges Pyxel with Pymunk.

Installation

Clone repository and use flit install -s to install locally or pip install pyxel-physics, if you do not want to participate in the development of Pyxel Physics.

Tutorial

The folllowing code simulates a gas of spheres. Let us start importing some modules.

from random import uniform

import pyxel
import phys

First, we initialize pyxel and set the gravity in the space object.

pyxel.init(120, 80, fps=60)
space = phys.space(gravity=(0, 25))

Secondly, let us create some object in the screen. phys.circ produces a Circle body using an API similar to pyxel. Pyxel physics also has functions such as rect, tri, line and poly that behaves similarly.

 radius = 2
 for _ in range(50):
     x, y = uniform(0, 120), uniform(0, 80)
     phys.circ(x, y, radius, vel=(uniform(-25, 25), uniform(-25, 25)))

phys.margin(col=pyxel.COLOR_RED)

We can start the main loop using the default pyxel mechanisms, or simply executing the run() method of space objects.

space.run()

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