I been reading about RK4 for physics implementation in a game, so I read in some pages and all people recommend me this page:
This page shows clearly how this one works, but I can't figure out how to implement in my game, maybe I don't understand that good but I find some things that are not really clearly to me.
In my game, the player decides when change direction in the X-Axis but I can't figure out how with this RK4 implementation change the direction of the object, in the example the point goes side to side but I don't understand how I can control when he goes right or left.
So if anyone can give a little bit of clarity in this implementation and my problem which I do not understand I will be really grateful.
To be frank: RK4 almost certainly isn't your biggest need right now. What's more, unless you're after very accurate game physics, I recommend against using Runge-Kutta entirely - it's simply more complication, and for most platformers standard Euler integration should be more than enough. In fact, most platformers don't really need that sort of physics at all - if you're looking to try and control character position, I would suggest 'faking it' by giving the character a constant velocity while the keys are down, with simple acceleration to speed (increase the velocity by a constant amount each tick until maximum speed is reached) and the inverse (deceleration to 0) when the key is released. What's the core problem that you're trying to solve?
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