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Collision Detection/Response in Vector-based levels
I have a 2D side scroller whose levels are stored as vectors (that is, a bunch of lines) which looks like this: How would I detect that I'm colliding with one of these lines, and react accordingly ...
May 25 '11 at 10:30
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