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comment Android appstore developer account, to not charge then change
You can change the prize, but you'll typically alienate your user base that way. Either introduce a price and later drop it or don't charge at all.
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comment How to spawn multiple enemies?
Might just be a typo.
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answered How to spawn multiple enemies?
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comment Can we use credit card/prepaid voucher payment systems in Android and iOS?
As Josh suggests, danger zone territory. :) But if you can't spend the balance outside the app, you're essentially screwed.
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comment Can we use credit card/prepaid voucher payment systems in Android and iOS?
@Sajib-Mist While I don't know those services or apps, those definitely sound like something you could/would use outside those specific apps, which makes the whole thing acceptable. Just by allowing others to access the service/purchased stuff outside the app might be enough to make it legitime on the Play store.
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answered Android appstore developer account, to not charge then change
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comment Slow dictionary access with coordinates as keys
Any specific reason you're not just using a three dimensional array for this?
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revised Slow dictionary access with coordinates as keys
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comment How do I make an 8 bit sprite sheet using GIMP or Paint.NET?
For a transparent background, you won't have to create a new layer. Just hit Ctrl + A to select everything, then hit Del to remove everything, leaving you with a 100% transparent canvas/background layer.
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answered Steering in top-down racer with Libgdx
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answered Animation-based Collision Boxes
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awarded  Explainer
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comment GLSL- How to change a certain color of a sprite, to another color passed into the shader?
As I said, using shaders is perfectly fine, you might just want to think about a way to avoid branching in your code, because that may slow down some cards significantly.
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revised GLSL- How to change a certain color of a sprite, to another color passed into the shader?
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revised GLSL- How to change a certain color of a sprite, to another color passed into the shader?
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answered GLSL- How to change a certain color of a sprite, to another color passed into the shader?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to properly change resolution
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comment Building a chunk w/ blocks: making ramps. How to detect if blocks are making “stairs” (like in a mountain) and should be turned into ramps?
No worries, if you understood Byte56's solution, it's just a few steps more for this more generic approach. Actually what you described in your comment above (picking the right piece based on the "situation") is really pretty much what Walking Squares/Cubes is about.
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comment Building a chunk w/ blocks: making ramps. How to detect if blocks are making “stairs” (like in a mountain) and should be turned into ramps?
One more tiny thing I just wanted to add: I've never played Sim City 2000, but Sim City 3000 and Sim City 4. I'm quite sure they don't store the actual height of single squares of landscape (so no real blocks). Instead, they store the height of the vertices/points between them.
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comment Building a chunk w/ blocks: making ramps. How to detect if blocks are making “stairs” (like in a mountain) and should be turned into ramps?
To add for optimization, I'd think about some additional flag or map to mark sections or parts of your landscape/chunk as "dirty". Whenever the surface is edited in some way, the flag is set, which will trigger the mesh update process.