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How to use rigid bodies for characters?
First off, I am making a game similar to SSB, which relies heavily on physics, even though it is a sidescroller. I am currently using Unity. In Unity there are "character controllers" which are used ...
Oct 16 '11 at 3:22
Dan the Man
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