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For some reason when i try and play my game on my phone it is a black screen. The funny part is ive tested games before on my phone. But it's not working.
That's the file.
Does CocoonJs Still work?
Are you using any 3rd party plugins that might not be supported by CocoonJS?
Did you check the CocoonJS error console?
It might be best to ask Ludei about this, since we can't help much more.
Sorry to kick off this old thread.
TypeError: Cannot read property
'Dynamics' of underfined
firebelly Are you using r138? If so, it completely hosed the 1.4 CocoonJS launcher. I am getting a very similar error and all I did was open up my project and re-export it. It was working fine with r137. I think Scirra and Ludei just need to get in sync.
Talked to Ludei, he says they are working Ashley to fix. Sounds like the versions of Box2D used are not compatible.
Just an update, I tried using r138.2 with the COcoonJS fixes, and I'm still getting a black screen with the error I posted above. Again, Ludei suggested it is because of Box2D being old. I don't know if the cocoonjs fixes in the .2 release were meant to address that.
Having the same issue/problem.
I guess we'll have to wait for a fix. Hopefully not too long.
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Having the same problem here.
The other problem is that I have to show the game to my sponsor in 2 days ...
Is there any other way to get a physics based game working using Cocconjs and Box2d ?
Halp plz !
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If you're using CocoonJS 1.3, the latest build of Construct 2, and physics objects, you need to turn accelerated physics off in the CocoonJS properties. It's defaulted to on but only works in CocoonJS 1.4.
Yay, found it earlier anhd its working !
Thanks anyway !