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Question About An Implementation Of Parallax Scrolling In C++/SDL/OpenGL
I been working in a project with a team for a Software Engineering class and we think that using the parallax scrolling will help our game to look really nice but we are not really sure if our idea ...
Sep 3 '11 at 20:36
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