Does anyone know how VPhysics (Source's implementation of Havok) do such a good job at solving the bullet through paper problem?

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    It all gets petty hairy.. which is why writing physics engines is Hard, and you should be pretty skeptical when someone is like: "Hay gauis I made a new phYsics engine!! you should totally use it!" Even the big guys thrash around in this space.. as someone mentioned in another comment... although there is sometimes a case to be made for rolling your own, if you're valve for instance.. All that said, I'm really partial to Bullet just because it's so damn battle tested (unity/blender and countless other engines) But I'm generally pro havok/physX and also the newer Jolt physics library. https://github.com/NVIDIAGameWorks/PhysX https://github.com/ashconnell/physx-js https://jrouwe.github.io/JoltPhysics/

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    PhysX for JavaScript

    It all gets petty hairy.. which is why writing physics engines is Hard, and you should be pretty skeptical when someone is like: "Hay gauis I made a new phYsics engine!! you should totally use it!" Even the big guys thrash around in this space.. as someone mentioned in another comment... although there is sometimes a case to be made for rolling your own, if you're valve for instance.. All that said, I'm really partial to Bullet just because it's so damn battle tested (unity/blender and countless other engines) But I'm generally pro havok/physX and also the newer Jolt physics library. https://github.com/NVIDIAGameWorks/PhysX https://github.com/ashconnell/physx-js https://jrouwe.github.io/JoltPhysics/

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