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In an artillery game how do I mask out the part of the terrain that was hit
Let's say I want to make a really simple artillery game, something like Gorillas. I don't have any experience in games, just some basic understanding of OpenGL. I want to do this for fun and to learn ...
May 2 '11 at 5:31
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