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Can I swap out Farseer physics fixtures at runtime?
I am working on a 2D side-scroller using Farseer Physics Engine v3.3.1. In order to create a realistic physical skeleton for the player, I am using a method similar to the one explained here (See ...
Jan 24 '12 at 12:50
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