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Most of the Boomerang examples I've seen usually have bullet based boomerangs, however I'm looking for a Boomerang example which uses the Physics behaviour instead, similar to how Angry Birds's Green Bird works.
To launch the boomerang, apply an impulse. Then, maybe after a short delay, start applying force in the opposite direction, on every tick.
dop2000 Why after a delay? It's more realistic if there's no delay at all. If you deley then the speed of the return will be different to the speed for the launch.
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BanksySan That's why I added "maybe" :)
Also, I don't think there is an easy way to exactly match the launch and return speed, it requires a lot of experimenting with different physics settings.
Well, here is the result:
Also funny thing, this thread was supposed to be in the Construct 2 subforum, but I posted in the Construct 3 subforum by mistake. Oops.. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯