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How can I make a sprite move in the direction it's facing using radians?
I am using PGELua for the PlaystationPortable. I would just like to know how to make a 2D sprite move in the direction that the sprite is facing. When the sprite is blitted to the screen it should ...
Jan 9 '12 at 21:53
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