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Implementing a large scale (planet-like) level in XNA 4.0
What is the best way to implement continuous level throughout the game, using XNA? Imagine that I have a level with the size of a whole city (like in MMORPGs) however, the game will currently be ...
Sep 29 '11 at 15:59
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