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About this tutorial

Learn about Chipmunk Physics Engine and how to start developing games for the iPhone and other platforms.


  1. Introduction
  2. Setup
  3. Basic Concepts
  4. Initializing Chipmunk
  5. Defining the ball's body and shapes
  6. Tracking the ball's movements
  7. Defining the floor's body and shapes
  8. Evaluating the results & Conclusion
  9. Download the complete project

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