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adding physics
#1
Hello dear users.

im having trouble in making my game (its doodle jump witch i wrote with pygame) more naturally. 
im using the positions of my pictures to make the character jump and... ill be happy if you guys can help me with adding some physycs to it. thank you
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#2
We won't program for you.
Send a snippet of the code that is giving you trouble,
and a full traceback of any error
we will be glad to help with a specific problem
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#3
its not an error. i do not have any idea how to make it more natural. i was hoping if some on can name a library or some codes that i can go and learn.
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#4
What's not looking natural? You say the game is named Doodle Jump. Are the jumps not looking natural? Are your jumps parabolas?
Craig "Ichabod" O'Brien
Minimalist, buddhist, theist, and programmer
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#5
yes. the jumps. its not like its jumping, its like its flying up an then coming down. i want a way to make the jumps more naturally
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#6
how could we possibly tell without seeing your code?

https://github.com/Mekire/pygame-samples...latforming

each one is an example (PS you need the png images in the same directory downloaded). Check out fall_rect.py for basic, and fall_mask for better. You can check out the physics in each.
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