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Use the phones vibrator motor for force feedback.
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I didn't quite get it, sorry. Do you mean force feedback (physics simulation like when a wheel gives resistance to movement changes) or vibration when a car hits the ground for example?
They are different concepts.
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The same effect you'd get if you were playing with a controller that has vibration in it.
Don't exactly know where Re-Volt use it, since I always played with a keyboard, probably when you hit something.
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Tried it out real quick and surprisingly, the only thing that actually triggers vibration is certain ncp materials. Dirt, gravel, the bumpy metals in museum 2... Nothing head-on 70mph collisions, or ramming into a wall at max speed, or getting nailed by a rocket, exploding, etc. I wonder if that's the way it's supposed to be behaving.
(But yeah I'd say it's more akin to the vibration of a gamepad than the force-feedback of a racing wheel trying to turn itself.)