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For timed levels, how do you determine time steps that are less than 1/(frames per second)?
I have made a simple HTML5 racing game. The laps are timed. I am running the game are 40 frames per second, each frame represents 40 milliseconds. There for my timer will increase in 0.025 ...
Jul 7 '11 at 23:34
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