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I'm spanish, excuse me for my bad English.
I'm not a private teacher. Please, post your questions in the public forum.

colburt187

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Do you think you would be able to make a car or motor bike with suspensions using joints
http://community.stencyl.com/index.php/topic,42725.0.html

hmm, he never did share the solution though.

squeeb

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Haha. Man. I never saw that thread but did find that tutorial with google.. I'm getting axles set up now... hopefully I get it done tonight or tomorrow morning

squeeb

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coming along!!  Click the mouse to accelerate...  man.. i just need to figure out the traction for the tires, and maybe a little more play in the suspension, thoughts?
<a href="http://static.stencyl.com/games/36046-0.swf" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://static.stencyl.com/games/36046-0.swf</a>

colburt187

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its fun, but its not really the suspension I was looking for, the wheels seem to move closer to each other instead of closer to the body of the car, its like horizontal movement instead of vertical.

Tepastelija

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http://community.stencyl.com/index.php?topic=42725.0

I think what Colburt wants is pretty much same than last demo in this thread. Just scroll down and try, it's very very close to HCR.. And please if someone finally figures out how this is done, poke me too.

And what the hell, here's the link..

<a href="https://www.dropbox.com/s/8cqn3ktz4guyp94/HillClimbTest2.swf?raw=1" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.dropbox.com/s/8cqn3ktz4guyp94/HillClimbTest2.swf?raw=1</a>

ceosol

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That looks more like spring mechanics than joint mechanics. Check out my original post: http://community.stencyl.com/index.php/topic,47420.0.html. You can see that the front/rear shocks in the top left have the same movement as a spring going up and down instead of side to side.

squeeb

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ahh.. perfect.. its not quite done.. im still tweaking it to get the right feel.. im pretty close.. ill have some good time tomorrow to work on it
<a href="http://static.stencyl.com/games/36054-0.swf" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://static.stencyl.com/games/36054-0.swf</a>

« Last Edit: February 08, 2017, 04:30:22 pm by squeeb »

squeeb

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Post above has updated truck.. ill get it set up so you can adjust suspension and mass and what not on the fly before the level loads.. so you can find the correct settings for the feel of your vehicle.. the adjustments needed to find the right feel takes forever!! change a number and hit test and wait to compile.. nope that isnt the right feel.. change a number and recompile.. wash rinse and repeat until you get what you want.. i spent hours getting it to this point.. the new mod will fix that issue and youll be able to create the right vehicle you want in minutes.. not hours haha

colburt187

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can you show an example of the suspension being soft, its quite hard to see it moving right now. maybe a better track with smaller bumps would make it easier to see the suspension in action.

squeeb

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For sure.  I'll do that here in a couple hours.  Maybe I can color in the joint somehow so you can see it as well..

squeeb

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http://www.stencyl.com/game/play/36069

added different terrain.. if you wanted to design a test track for it.. let me know.. you can send me the stencyl file and ill add the truck

colburt187

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It was a good effort Squeeb, but its still a pretty long way of Hill Climb racing or the example above, Its still hard to see much movement in the suspension, but I don't want you to spend hours working on it. Ill buy your time of day behaviour and throw in a few extra dollars for the time spent on this.

squeeb

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I appreciate that. thank you.  ill send you a pm