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  1. Great tutorial, I have been using ORX for a long time now for my hobby projects, it takes a little while to get used to the config files, but it is most definitely worth it. I remember the first time I used ORX for a project, after I got hold of the config files, I added particle effects (the game had four elemental arrows, each required different particles and each particle had some extra effect - rotating and scaling, for instance) and death effects (enemy blinking + disappearing) to my game in a couple of hours. ORX also has a very active community and any questions get answered pretty fast.
  2. Great read, but could you please specify how you find the paths to the points? It seems to me that you align the path to one axis then use a straight line in the next, but I could not understand how you define which axis you align first.
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