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Mouse input that 'sucks in' particles [on hold]

I'm having trouble figuring out the equations behind the title, I did exactly this using OpenGL's fixed function pipeline, but while transferring this over to the programmable pipeline i'm running ...
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Powder physics, how to efficiently find out where other particles are [duplicate]

You might be familiar with games like powder toy or powder game or some variation of it. I'm working on a very basic and similar game with just sand and water to learn a bit how it on works. I use ...
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What features do basic particle engines have?

I created a basic particle system for SDL in C++. It has some basic stuff like an emitter, as well as a simple particle class. It can load a image, or create a dot of a color. And that's it. What ...
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Rotate a particle system

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Is my particle system design good?

Recently I started designing a particle system for a game I develop. But I have some issues with it. I mean, it works but I have a feeling that my design isn't good enough. So, basically I have a ...
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How do I create particles that react to the player and enemies?

I'm currently making a game with my own game engine which I've written in C++ and I'm using the most recent directx SDK. The game is a top down space shooter (with a pretty interesting twist) and ...