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Dealing with occlusion in an isometric sandbox game
Imagine a 3D sandbox game like Minecraft with third-person isometric graphics. If the camera only moves in two dimensions, and doesn't rotate, then a large portion of the world will always be occluded ...
Jan 21 '12 at 15:12
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