Drag And Drop Drag and Drop - Physics Collisions - GMS2

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Sparckman

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GM Version: Game Maker Studio 2
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Summary:
Hey there guys, this video tutorial is an introduction to physics objects in GMS2. This is a drag and drop tutorial so there is no code for this. The tutorial covers how to enable physics in a room, apply it to objects and how to handle physics collisions.

Tutorial:
Game maker studio 2 drag and drop: physics collision ( no coding )
 
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chance

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This is a reasonable introduction to basic physics capability in GM Studio, using the action icons (drag-and-drop). For users who already understand the concepts of sprite and object creation, events, rooms, etc., it should be easy to follow. It's surprising how capable Studio's drag-and-drop (DnD) capability is -- compared to earlier versions of GameMaker.

But creating complex physics worlds with DnD is still rather limited compared to GML code. So I would encourage DnD users to begin learning GML if they want to use more complex physics functions.
 
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Darton

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This is a reasonable introduction to basic physics capability in GM Studio, using the action icons (drag-and-drop). For users who already understand the concepts of sprite and object creation, events, rooms, etc., it should be easy to follow. It's surprising how capable Studio's drag-and-drop (DnD) capability is -- compared to earlier versions of GameMaker.

But creating complex physics worlds with DnD is still rather limited compared to GML code. So I would encourage DnD users to begin learning GML if they want to use more complex physics functions.
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I have been trying to find a way to learn GML. do you know anywhere I can learn GML?
 
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