I would like to know how people usually save the animations in order to load them easily in Cocos2d with as few hard-code as possible. E.G. The solution I thought of is to have one plist file ...
I want to export an object as a .fbx at runtime in Unity3D. I've made a C# script to export a mesh filter or skinned mesh renderer to a .obj file at runtime, but I want the animation and skin support ...
I am in the process of developing a 2D tilebased rpg with eclipse, lwjgl, and slick util. For some reason eclipse seems to be lagging heavily which doesnt make sense as all i have rendering is a ...