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Collision detection on a 2D hexagonal grid
I'm making a casual grid-based 2D iPhone game using Cocos2D. The grid is a "staggered" hex-like grid consisting of uniformly sized and spaced discs. It looks something like this. I've stored the grid ...
Oct 19 '12 at 5:26
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