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Moving sprites on a graph in libGDX
In my game I'd like to move sprites on a fixed path. Until this point I was trying to stick with the tools already provided by libGDX, like the Tiled map renderer classes so I'm looking for a solution ...
Dec 12 '12 at 9:43
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