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Multiplayer Game Data Serialization Problems
I want to create a simple game that can be played with one to two player. I plan on using TCP sockets, Farseer Physics, XNA, a BinaryFormater and a Memorystream. as far as i know i can't do the ...
May 28 '12 at 4:23
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