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There are various techniques you can use within your program in order to emulate different elements used in games and math.  Here is a list of techniques you can use to accomplish all the elements of a good game and more.
 
There are various techniques you can use within your program in order to emulate different elements used in games and math.  Here is a list of techniques you can use to accomplish all the elements of a good game and more.
  
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There are various techniques you can use within your program in order to emulate different elements used in games and math. Here is a list of techniques you can use to accomplish all the elements of a good game and more.

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