|Release Date:||July 6, 2014|
|Size:||1008 B (1 KB)|
A simple program demonstrating basic physics calculations on Petit Computer.
Left/Right on Control Pad moves the ball left/right.
"A" button is a forced bounce.
- Initial Release - Ball bounces, can be forced to bounce, and moved left and right. All calculations in program come with comments explaining the purpose of corresponding calculations.
No future plans, unless a major glitch presents itself.
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Copyright (c) 2014 David Harrison
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The trigger for the "A" button (used to force bounces) is set with BUTTON(2), which means that the "A" button must be pressed multiple times for multiple bounces. Deleting the "2" from BUTTON(2) will allow for a simulation of sustained flight.
- Brilliance360 - Creator