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Game Development Dictionary


This type of 3D scene is rendered and then stored, usually as a bitmap, and are often used as backgrounds and 2D sprites in games, like Nintendo’s Donkey Kong country. Unlike scenes that are rendered in real-time, prerendered images cannot have their viewing angle changed during runtime.