Physion - 2D Physics Simulation

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Hello everyone,

Physion is a 2D Physics simulation program. It is quite difficult to explain its features and how exactly it works so please watch the videos below to get the main idea.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P32UHa-3BfU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgbH7_Gc8fE

Physion is available for both Windows (win32) and Linux (32bit and 64bit), it is 100% free and you can http://physion.net/en/downloads" [Broken].

Feedback and suggestions are more than welcome.

Thank you
 
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madmike159
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Looks good.
 
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Femme_physics
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So it's like Phun/Algodoo, but free? Neat :)
 
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So it's like Phun/Algodoo, but free? Neat :)
Phun isn't free anymore? Yikes! (Well, I last used it over 2 years ago... so I guess that explains why I'm not up to date on this.)

Thanks for the alternative, dxanthopoulos! I'll have to check it out (and I love that you have Tux in there!).
 
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Femme_physics
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They're commercialized phun as Algodoo, yep. IMO Physion seems just as useful in accomplishing the ideas Phun could.
 
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jhae2.718
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That looks neat. And I agree, it's great to see Tux in there. (I'm sort of a Penguinista physics geek...posting from a Linux box right now)
 
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This is a really amazing software! Not just a simulator... even a scriptable simulator!
Why does it look as died and nobody is talking about it since 2 years? Maybe a different project was born from it and I'm not aware of it?
 
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News?
 

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