phaser3-planck

0.0.4 • Public • Published

Phaser3 Planck Physics Plugin

This plugin integrates the Planck.js (Based on Box2d) physics engine with Phaser3, allowing for advanced collision detection and dynamic body types. This plugin is still in development, please feel free to submit a PR or issue to help us improve this integration.

Examples

Features

  • Support for Planck bodies (Box, Circle, Polygon, Edge)
  • Distance Joints, Revolute Joints, Conveyers
  • Sensors & Collision Filtering
  • Trajectory projection
  • ...and more!

Installation

You can install the latest version of phaser3-planck with your package manager.

npm install -S phaser3-planck

Usage

Setup

First, import the package and update your global game configuration to include the plugin.

import PhaserPlanck from 'phaser3-planck'
const  config = {
    type:  Phaser.AUTO,
    width: 640,
    height: 480,
    plugins: {
        scene: [
            { key: 'PhaserPlanck', plugin: PhaserPlanck, mapping: 'planck' }
        ]
    },
    physics: {
        planck: {
            debug: false,
            scaleFactor: 30,
            gravity: {
                x: 0,
                y: 3
            }
        }
    },
    scene: []
};
 
new  Phaser.Game(config);

Creating Bodies

You can create different bodies in your scene using the following syntax:

// Box
const box = this.planck.add.sprite(0, 0, 'boxSprite')
box.setBody('box')
 
// Circle
const circle = this.planck.add.sprite(0,0,'circleSprite')
 
// Polygon
const polygon  = this.planck.add.sprite(0, 0, 'polygonSprite')
polygon.setBody('polygon', {
    points: [[0,64],[64, 64], [64, 0]]
})
 
// Edge (Line)
const edge = this.planck.add.sprite(0,0,'edgeSprite')
edge.setBody('edge', {
    x1: 100,
    y1: 100,
    x2: 300,
    y2: 200
})

Configuring Bodies

The central Body class that all bodies extend, provides similar API methods / properties to Planck. A list of these properties / methods can be viewed below.

Important: When using native Planck methods (on sprite.body), you must pass metric values. Sprite values are converted automatically from metric to screen coordinates within their preUpdate method. We include some convenience methods (listed below) that accept screen coordinates, which are then converted to metric. These methods can be used directly on the sprite class.


Sprite methods

.setPosition (x, y)

Updates the position of the sprite

.getPosition ()

Returns the position (in screen coordinates) of the sprite

.setRotation (radians)

Updates the rotation of the sprite (accepts radians)

.getRotation ()

Returns the rotation (in radians) of the sprite

.setStatic ()

Sets the current sprite body to static (will not be affected by gravity). Static bodies can still be transformed

.setDynamic ()

Sets the current sprite body to dynamic (will be affected by gravity). Bodies are dynamic by default.

.setSensor ()

Sets the current sprite body behavior to 'sensor'. Sensors will not collide with other bodies, but will still fire collision events

.isSensor ()

Returns true if the current body is a sensor


Status

Bodies

Type Status
Box ✔️
Circle ✔️
Edge ✔️
Polygon ✔️

Joints

Type Status
Distance ✔️
Friction
Gear
Motor
Mouse
Prismatic
Pulley
Revolute ✔️
Rope
Weld
Wheel

Other

Type Status
Sensors ✔️
Conveyers ✔️
One-way Platforms

Contributing

Created by notchris & KingCosmic Please feel free to post a PR / issue, we are looking for contributors to help with this effort. Thanks!

You are welcome to contact me on:

  • Discord: notchris#4207
  • IRC (Freenode): notchris

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npm i phaser3-planck

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