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Pakz
Created : 17 October 2020
 
Language : Raylib c language

Line of sight - rays from player to area tile positions.




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Saturday, 17 October 2020, 09:14
Pakz
I got to say that my new laptop is great to code on! It has 16gb of memory and a fast 8 core amd cpu and fast 1650ti nvidia video card. I still need to go and learn how to do code for more than a single core