TwoWorlds.qml Example File

 import QtQuick 2.0
 import Felgo 3.0

 //demonstrates how to use 2 different physics worlds with different gravity
 //is a copy of Boxes with one box and one wall in a different world
 GameWindow {
   id: gameWindow
   screenWidth: 960
   screenHeight: 640

   activeScene: scene

   Image {
     anchors.fill: parent
     source: "background.png"

   Scene {
     id: scene
     width: 480
     height: 320

     Repeater {
       model: 3
       delegate: WoodenBox {
         x: Math.random() * (scene.width - 100)
         y: Math.random() * (scene.height / 3)
         rotation: Math.random() * 90

     //this box now belongs to the second world
     WoodenBox {
       id: box
       x: 100
       y: 200 world2

     Rectangle {
       // this is another way to set a shape to a physics body - mention that the rotation of the box must be set, and the transformOrigin must be set to Topleft, as this is used for Body as well!
       width: box.width
       height: box.height
       x: box.x-box.width/2
       y: box.y-box.height/2
       color: "green"
       opacity: 0.5
       rotation: box.rotation

     // the darkblue rectangle of the Walls is only visible when the GameWindow has a different aspect ratio than the Scene, because it is anchored to the outside of the visible scene
     Wall {
       id: ground
       height: 20
       anchors { left: parent.left; right: parent.right; top: parent.bottom }
     Wall {
       id: ceiling
       height: 20
       anchors { left: parent.left; right: parent.right; bottom: }
     Wall {
       id: leftWall
       width: 20
       anchors { right: parent.left; bottom:; top: ceiling.bottom }

     //the right wall now belongs to the second world
     Wall {
       id: rightWall
       width: 20 world2
       anchors { left: parent.right; bottom:; top: ceiling.bottom }

     //worlds can anywhere in the scene (if placed outside of scene, debug view is wrong)
     PhysicsWorld {
       id: world
       gravity.y: 9.81
       debugDrawVisible: true
     } // end of PhysicsWorld

     PhysicsWorld {
       id: world2
       gravity.x: 1
       debugDrawVisible: true
     } // end of PhysicsWorld
   } // end of Scene

   MouseArea {
     id: debugMouseArea
     anchors.fill: parent
     onPressed: world.debugDrawVisible = !world.debugDrawVisible

   EntityManager {
     id: entityManager

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