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Ball bouncing at a certain angle and efficiency computations [closed]
I would like to make a pong game with a small twist (for now). Every time the ball bounces off one of the paddles i want it to be under a certain angle (between a min and a max). I simply can't ...
Aug 14 '12 at 9:33
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