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Developer Submission: Who Dies? A Procedurally Generated Physics Puzzle

Procedural generation of content has a long history. It basically means that parts of an application or a game are not hardcoded by a developer but are created by an algorithm on the fly. Minecraft and No Man’s Sky are two recent examples of what is possible today – giant worlds full of different textures, […]
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