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Creating an unbiased deterministic collision resolution order
I'm working on a game with a replay system, so I need the game logic to be deterministic. A part of this is collision detection and I'm having a bit of a conceptual problem here. (I'm programming in ...
Jan 21 '12 at 17:29
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