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Thread: How to make a Maze games Using Swift 3d??

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    How to make a Maze games Using Swift 3d??

    How can i make an interactive maze game using swift 3d?, you know those little maze's that you find on childrens magazines? one of those but in 3d, kinda like that windows 95 screen saver. But i want to be able to have forward, left, right, down.


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    Swift 3D is definitely not the way to go, since all you can do with t is play a predefined animation. Check Sen's 3D tute, there might be something for you there.
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    Sen's 3D tute wheres that??

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    Last smoke by Ilyas : yesterday at 11:45 PM.

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    I'm sure this would be way over the top, but could you model the whole maze in swift, then decide which swf to play based on what direction the user wants to go? I couldn't be a very big maze, as this would take almost forever and a day, but it would be cool.

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