Links

Open Source 3D Physics Engines

Bullet Physics
ODE

Box2D Editor

Musicala
qrayon
BoxCAD
Physics Body Editor
PhysicsEditor

BlackBerry adaption of Box2D

BlackBerry Box2D

Java Port of Box2D

JBox2D

Flash Port of Box2D

Box2DFlash

DS Port of Box2D

Box2D for the DS

C# Port

Box2DX
Box2D.XNA
Farseer Physics Engine (not a strict port)
starLiGHT.Engine (includes a Box2D port)
Box2C/Box2CS

Javascript Port

Box2DJS
box2dweb

Delphi Port

Box2D Delphi

Games using Box2D

Caelum
Crayon Physics
iPhysics
Orb-7
Fantastic Contraption

Tutorials

Box2D C++ Tutorials
Video Tutorials for Box2D Flash
A Box2D platform game tutorial
What is Box2D?
Constraints tutorial with live Javascript

Books

Box2D for Flash Games

13 thoughts on “Links

  1. Hello,
    I am a programmer and i am going to make an IOS and ANDROID game that i will place on app stores and not free and i would like t use your approval to use the engine for a commercial purpose.
    Please reply for approval.
    Best Regards.

    • No approval needed. Box2D is free to use and is covered under the permissive zlib license. Please give credit to Box2D in your games.

  2. Hey,

    I am doing my final year project for college on Video Game Development and have mentioned Box2D as part of my research into different game development technologies. In the documentation I am required to reference sources (of course) and was wondering if it is accurate to reference Erin Catto as this web site’s author? (I assume it is but I’m a tad pedantic about this kinda thing!).

    Also, if asked, what date would you say the “About” page was written!?

    Thanks!
    Jay.

  3. Box2D is great physics engine. But I didn’t find enough books on it. There are some really good examples to learn, but they are all scattered randomly. Beginner need comprehensive step by step tutorials. I hope we will see number of good books on Box2D soon.

  4. Just wondering if the Box2D for C# has been updated because the link goes to a demo as the last upload for that is 2008. Given how much time has gone by I’m sure someone has updated it since than and it would be nice to know where an updated version is. I’m working on a space shooter and some 2D physics for space are what I have in mind to try with this. :)

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