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Oct
30
revised Why is Euler integration sometimes preferred over RK4 even if RK4 is more accurate?
added recommended reading
Oct
30
revised Why is Euler integration sometimes preferred over RK4 even if RK4 is more accurate?
phase diagram explanation
Oct
30
revised Why is Euler integration sometimes preferred over RK4 even if RK4 is more accurate?
phase diagram explanation
Oct
30
answered Why is Euler integration sometimes preferred over RK4 even if RK4 is more accurate?
Oct
15
reviewed Edit List of 3 letter English words to disallow from entry for public kids game
Oct
15
revised List of 3 letter English words to disallow from entry for public kids game
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Oct
6
reviewed Approve Where does my .sav file default to in XNA 4.0 when using the StorageDevice class?
Oct
6
reviewed Approve How To: Java Game to Steam Greenlight
Oct
6
reviewed Reject Volumetric spotlight
Oct
6
reviewed Approve Events and objects being skipped in GameMaker
Oct
6
reviewed Approve stencil shadows - doom 3 engine - precision errors - shadow cracks - why?
Oct
6
reviewed Approve Explaining vector math for a pendulum camera
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
25
reviewed Reject enemy behavior with boundary to change direction
Sep
25
comment Ogre PSSM Grass Receiving Shadows
Figures, the community for this engine is less and less active :(.
Sep
24
comment Ogre PSSM Grass Receiving Shadows
A side note: are the Ogre forums still up and running/active? You should post the question there as well.
Sep
23
reviewed Approve touch.phase == TouchPhase.Canceled not worked
Sep
22
reviewed Approve Why cap game loop delta-time?
Sep
19
comment Colision detection of disc (Maximum Material Condition aka “Flatness”)
+1 for @Paraknight . Besides PCA, if the OP is looking for a robust algorithm for fitting planar faces to a point cloud, RANSAC may come in handy -> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RANSAC
Sep
19
reviewed Approve Colision detection of disc (Maximum Material Condition aka “Flatness”)