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Detecting if “Wall” To The Left or Right Of Player Unity3D
I am working on a 3D Platformer in Unity3D and I need to prevent the player from going through walls. The movement for my player works like this: (A bird-eye-view representation)The areas the ...
May 25 '13 at 19:41
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