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How can I generate a 2d navigation mesh in a dynamic environment at runtime?
So I've grasped how to use A* for path-finding, and I am able to use it on a grid. However, my game world is huge and I have many enemies moving toward the player, which is a moving target, so a grid ...
Jun 26 '12 at 20:05
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