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How do you do AI path following within a 2d physics engine like farseer/box2d?
I'm in the process of moving a 2d top down game I've been working on into a proper rigid body physics engine like Farseer. Up until now, I had just hacked together my own physics code where needed. ...
Dec 12 '11 at 3:56
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