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How does Dwarf Fortress keep track of so many entities without losing performance?
In Dwarf Fortress you can have hundreds of Dwarves, animals, goblins, etc in game at any one time, each with their own complex AI and pathfinding routines. My question is how does this not produce ...
Jul 23 '12 at 13:00
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