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Working out of a vertex array for destrucible objects
I have diamond-shaped polygonal bullets. There are lots of them on the screen. I did not want to create a vertex array for each, so I packed them into a single vertex array and they're all drawn at ...
Sep 29 '12 at 16:17
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