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Muscles Driven 2D Ragdoll Physics - V.3.1 [DirectX]

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Submitted on: 2/20/2015 1:23:00 AM
By: reexre (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 5 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     Now with DIRECTX GRAPHICS!!! ----- 2D Engine based on verlet physics. ----- Main Elements are 3: Point, Link (2 Points), and Muscle (2 Links)---- The muscle is defined as two links (limbs) , the angle that should occur between them, and the muscle strength. ----- You Can manually change Muscles Values with Scrollbars. ----- Can interact with figure with the mouse. ----- [ V.3 ] Added Gravity On/Off. Added Save/Load Pose. ---- [ V3.1 ] Added Muscles Speed Limiter (It Deny too Fast Muscles movement, so it's good for Stability), and Exit button ----- Suggestions for the Physics will be very appreciated. ----- ----- To Run must have dx8vb.dll -----

 
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