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    Question Performance difference depending on level design?

    Hi!

    I'm curious - if i design a platformer level, is there a huge performance difference if i use:

    8000x1000 (and use this frame size full for level design)

    or use

    8000x4000 (and use just a part of the frame)

    like in this image:

    levelexample.jpg


    I've done a quick test with some active & background obj and i cant see a difference on my side (both run with 50 fps on android device)

    have someone expierience about this? or know the technical background?

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    Depends from the scrolling method - bigger area to scroll (resolution & Frame size) the slower it will go. Also you waste lots of space in second attempt.

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