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How to handle physics of moving platforms in a platformer?
So after a few hours of searching on the internet, I have yet to find a pleasing answer on how to handle moving platforms in a 2d platform game. So I decided to make a simple prototype where you ...
Jul 25 '11 at 5:31
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