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Procedural Programming: The Secret behind Spore

Anonymous Coward writes | about 7 years ago

PC Games (Games) 1

imashoe writes "Ever wonder how Spore works under the hood? The game seems to be insanely huge and how is it that there can be an infinite amount of different creates created in the game? The answer is Procedural Programming. Read on to learn what exactly it is and how it differs from the traditional way games are made."
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Grammar Nazi... (1)

AbraCadaver (312271) | about 7 years ago | (#20117077)

You know, I'm all for this new "gotta compete with Reddit and Digg by getting the news out as fast as possible" but come on. Writing sentences that poorly makes me want to take a spoon to my eyes!
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