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limiting jump forces to achieve a maximum jump height [duplicate]
A player and the world are modeled using a physics engine. Jumping is modeled by applying a vertical upward force to the player's physics body when the jump button is pressed. The upward force is ...
Feb 24 '13 at 12:04
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