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Implementing water effects (splashes) into XNA 4.0 game [closed]
I am creating a 2D XNA game and came across a tutorial on adding water effects (splashes) to an XNA game but after implementing it into my game I can't get it to scale down. Currently it takes up the ...
Mar 24 '13 at 17:18
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