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How to achieve 'forward' movement (into the screen) using Cocos2D?
I'm interested in creating a 2.5D first-person shooter (like Doom) and I currently don't understand how to implement the player moving forward. The player will also be able to browse around the world ...
Dec 8 '12 at 23:43
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