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Submitted by robparko 664d ago | article

Creation of a Video Game with No Knowledge: Upending the Tea Table

Rob from Mini Fortress writes:

"It’s been awhile since I’ve shared anything about the development of this small little game that I’m building, so here goes. I started to run into issues with animating my little robot buddy, so I threw the character out the window, thus upending the tea table." (Dev)

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