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Unity: how to apply programmatical changes to the Terrain SplatPrototype?

I have a script to which I add a Terrain object (I drag and drop the terrain in the public Terrain field). The Terrain is already setup in Unity to have 2 PaintTextures: 1 is a Square (set up with a ...
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Recommended approach for event system in Java

What are the recommended approaches for an event system of a turn-based RPG's battle engine? The system I'm currently working on has a runEvent method that sorts the actions queue based on their ...
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Changing a Sprite When Hit in GameMaker

I am making a simple little Galaga style game. I want the objects sprite to change whenever it is hit. For example if a laser hits an alien then the sprite takes 1 out of 4 damage to its health ...
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Per fragment lighting with OpenGL 4.x tessellated model

I'm experienced with OpenGL 3+. I'm dabbling with tessellation shaders and have now got to a point where I have a nicely tessellated teapot/plane demo (quick look here) As can be seen from the ...
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A problem with collision when a sprite changes size (Phaser framework)

I have a sprite in my game that changes size at certain points in the game. It changes size via the sprite.body.setSize method. Unfortunately, it seems that the sprite is unaffected by objects that it ...
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How to perform game object smoothing in multiplayer games

We're developing an infrastructure to support multiplayer games for our game engine. In simple terms, each client (player) engine sends some pieces of data regarding the relevant game objects at a ...
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Audio Panning using RtAudio

I use Rtaudio library. I would like to implement an audio program where I can control the panning (e.g. shifting the sound from the left channel to the right channel). In my specific case, I use a ...
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How do I acknowledge collisions?

As part of creating a stealth system, I've decided to place volumes over light sources as a first step. The idea being that when a pawn walks into one of those volumes, it will be logged. This is not ...
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How do I combine multiple squares into one Tetris block?

I am learning Phaser by making a simple game—Tetris. I'm having difficulties: Can I use simple rectangles as tetrominoes or they should be sprites? I don't know how make the figure's block ...