Havok Physics Engine

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Havok Physics Engine

Postby blandonfrank » Sun Mar 06, 2011 7:12 pm

Apparently, Havok's physics engine is coming to Android 2.3. Looks awesome :)
http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/05/havo ... eria-play/
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Re: Havok Physics Engine

Postby BenjaminJC » Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:44 am

Cry[Tek] Havok, and let slip the dogs of war!

Seriously though, this could be a biggie, although I didn't like the SEplay hardware itself too much. I was unimpressed with how the SEplay's joystick pads felt - they were far too small for my hands, considering they are actually just touch input areas, and playing Starfront Battallion on it, I actually switched to Dpad input, because it seemed that the left input joystick was unresponsive for central input and hyper-sensitive at rim swipes, leaving my ship either turning imperceptibly slowly, or swooping madly and unable to course-correct without veering the other way. Sensitivity options in-game were of little help. I'm hoping this is just a software issue. If you are going to dedicate some special area for a "touch" joypad, it should definitely be up to par or better than a virtual joystick on screen. Maybe it's the insane quality of virtual joysticks these days, but I just don't see an improvement - I actually lost accuracy.
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