Core Component Features.
If the Game Object is enabled for animation (such as a Phaser.Sprite) this is a reference to its AnimationManager instance.
Through it you can create, play, pause and stop animations.
The components this Game Object has installed.
An empty Object that belongs to this Game Object.
This value isn't ever used internally by Phaser, but may be used by your own code, or
by Phaser Plugins, to store data that needs to be associated with the Game Object,
without polluting the Game Object directly.
A debug flag designed for use with
All Phaser Game Objects have an Events class which contains all of the events that are dispatched when certain things happen to this
Game Object, or any of its components.
Controls if this Game Object is processed by the core game loop.
If this Game Object has a physics body it also controls if its physics body is updated or not.
exists is set to
false it will remove its physics body from the physics world if it has one.
It also toggles the
visible property to false as well.
exists to true will add its physics body back in to the physics world, if it has one.
It will also set the
visible property to
A Game Object is considered
fresh if it has just been created or reset and is yet to receive a renderer transform update.
This property is mostly used internally by the physics systems, but is exposed for the use of plugins.
A reference to the currently running Game.
The key of the image or texture used by this Game Object during rendering.
If it is a string it's the string used to retrieve the texture from the Phaser Image Cache.
It can also be an instance of a RenderTexture, BitmapData, Video or PIXI.Texture.
If a Game Object is created without a key it is automatically assigned the key
__default which is a 32x32 transparent PNG stored within the Cache.
If a Game Object is given a key which doesn't exist in the Image Cache it is re-assigned the key
__missing which is a 32x32 PNG of a green box with a line through it.
A user defined name given to this Game Object.
This value isn't ever used internally by Phaser, it is meant as a game level property.
A Game Object is that is pendingDestroy is flagged to have its destroy method called on the next logic update.
You can set it directly to allow you to flag an object to be destroyed on its next update.
This is extremely useful if you wish to destroy an object from within one of its own callbacks
such as with Buttons or other Input events.
The position the Game Object was located in the previous frame.
The rotation the Game Object was in set to in the previous frame. Value is in radians.
The render order ID is used internally by the renderer and Input Manager and should not be modified.
This property is mostly used internally by the renderers, but is exposed for the use of plugins.
The world coordinates of this Game Object in pixels.
Depending on where in the display list this Game Object is placed this value can differ from
which contains the x/y coordinates relative to the Game Objects parent.
The z depth of this Game Object within its parent Group.
No two objects in a Group can have the same z value.
This value is adjusted automatically whenever the Group hierarchy changes.
If you wish to re-order the layering of a Game Object then see methods like Group.moveUp or Group.bringToTop.
Initializes the mixin components.
this context should be an instance of the component mixin target.
Installs / registers mixin components.
this context should be that of the applicable object instance or prototype.
Internal method called by the World postUpdate cycle.
Override this method in your own custom objects to handle any update requirements.
It is called immediately after
preUpdate and before
Remember if this Game Object has any children you should call update on those too.
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