iOS device - tilt controls

september 28, 2011 10:27pm

Today we bring you another slightly more technical Blog. I want to talk about our solution for tilt controls on iOS. When I originally started out with setting up this control scheme for the player, I thought it would be a piece of cake. Because it's simply nothing more then directly mapping the angle the device is held at to the angle the wheels are at for controlling a vehicle. A quick search on the forums and some questioning IRC confirmed this was as easy as I had hoped. Since our game is locked from rotating the screen around, we knew how the device was held, and could base our cod...

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