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How can I easily implement swinging in a platformer game?
I'm developing a game in which player can use ropes to swing (just like what Spiderman or Bionic Commando did) and I'm having problem implementing this behavior. Can anyone help me how to do this, I ...
May 31 '11 at 20:22
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