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Changing game object type: reinstantiating the object, or switching an object state
I work on a strategy game, where the player occasionally has to transform ordinary citizens into the so called "leaders". Leaders are temporary units, which the player can control directly, in order ...
Nov 6 '11 at 13:15
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