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An object twice as close appears twice as big?
So I was thinking about creating a 2D game where you can also move along the Z-axis, by changing in which layer you are. Depending on the depth I want to scale my 2D sprites. Once, someone had shown ...
Mar 15 '13 at 16:39
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