I'm making a soccer simulation game and for that I'm using normal 2DBody nodes for the players and ball. But I would like to be able to speed up the game, without breaking the physics and getting other results.
To speed up the game I found Engine.time_scale and Engine.iterationspersecond that affect the game speed.
So default values for timescale = 1 and for iterationspersecond = 60
By just setting time_scale = 0.5, physics seem to break. At least I can see, that it looks less natural than on normal speed.
When fasting up by setting time_scale = 0.5 and iterations per second = 120,
so physics don't seem to break.
But I can't really tell if this is 100% true. (Also 99% would be okay ;-) )
So does somebody know another way to speed up the game without breaking physics or can confirm, that modified time_scale and iterations per second don't break physics?