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07-16-11, 12:00 PM
mfsksa (http://www.youtube.com/user/mfsksa) who has been playing around with the Unreal Development Kit and Apex PhysX (http://www.gamephys.com/game-physics/some-cool-nvidia-apex-physics-tests-done-with-the-udk/) is also into the C4 Engine Game Engine and its supported physics. he has made a couple of cool video showing off destruction and buoyancy physics that the C4 Engine is capable of. Check them out below. If you want to find out more about the C4 game Engine check out the main website here (http://www.terathon.com/c4engine/index.php).

From the C4 Game Engine Overview (http://www.terathon.com/c4engine/features.php):

The C4 Engine is a comprehensive suite of robustly implemented game programming tools for the Windows and Mac OS X platforms. Not only is it a powerhouse of a 3D graphics engine, but it also includes integrated support for physics, audio, networking, input devices, resource management, and much more.

Physics

‚?ĘRigid body simulation.

‚?ĘReal-time cloth simulation.

‚?ĘContinuous collision detection.

‚?ĘContact forces and friction.

‚?ĘPrecise buoyancy forces.

‚?ĘCustomizable force fields.

‚?ĘJoints (spherical, universal, discal, revolute, cylindrical, and prismatic).

‚?ĘFull networking support.





Related posts:

Bullet Physics Cloth Sail and Buoyancy Demo (http://www.gamephys.com/game-physics/bullet-physics-cloth-sail-and-buoyancy-demo/)
[OLD BUT AWESOME] Infernal Engine VELOCITY Physics Tornado PC Demo and Ghost Busters Physics Gameplay Videos (http://www.gamephys.com/game-physics/old-but-awesome-infernal-engine-velocity-physics-tornado-pc-demo-and-ghost-busters-physics-gameplay-videos/)
Metro 2033: Complete 4A Engine Specifications Detail Physics System, Makes Heavy Use of PhysX (http://www.gamephys.com/game-physics/metro-2033-complete-4a-engine-specifications-detail-physics-system-makes-heavy-use-of-physx/)



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