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What is a technique for 2D ray-box intersection that is suitable for old console hardware?
I'm working on a Sega Genesis homebrew game (it has a 7mhz 68000 CPU). I'm looking for a way to find the intersection between a particle sprite and a background tile. Particles are represented as a ...
Mar 29 '12 at 13:45
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