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Techniques for bot movement in (first person) shooter games
I was wondering what kind of technologies were used in FPS games to move bots around the level. I know the pathfinding is done using waypoints or navigation meshes but how do the bots actually rotate ...
Aug 27 '11 at 13:37
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