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Circle Generator

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This is not a game, and it is not really even a toy, either. It is not just a demo, though; it is a finished product of a generator which, like the physics engine that I made which powers it, could be used for many other things. If I was to put a name to the type of thing this is, I would say it's most like a tool or engine it itself.

The circles are actually comprised by multiple ramps, rotated around a central point.

This was written in AS3 and takes place on a single frame.

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Garbagio Engine, no offense

Real sorry to have to say this dude, but you have two majorly amature glitches in here. Notice that if a ball is at all below a circles midpoint, and then bounces towards it's center off of the top of a seperate circle, it will pass directly through the wall. The same is true for a ball within a circle that has enough force it reach the roofing above it (the upper half of the circle's interior)
A second glitch, balls that land on the top of a circle, and begin to slowly bounce off, may in fact bounce back up a single time before falling down again.

Good luck with the engine.
and if it helps at all, linked an awsome tutorial below
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view /448915

shaymus22 responds:

I took a look at some of the stuff the tutorial was talking about...but one thing I noticed was that it's in AS2. This is in AS3...normally I add that to the description, I forgot this time and have done it now.

As far as the glitches you described...because of problems caused by multiple collisions being detected at once, I had to put in a delay between detected hits in the balls. If you know of a better solution to this problem, I'll be happy to hear it, but until then that's the only way I can think of not to have everything go haywire.