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Making Ball Fling in a Curve Direction
I was wondering how to figuring out how to slice a ball (banana kick) by flinging it curve-ways. However, according to the LibGDX's gesture listener, the method for flinging only focuses on a straight ...
Jun 20 '13 at 8:58
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