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    Simple Dynamic Lighting Example (Not That Efficient)

    Hi Everyone,
    I made another example for a user on the forum and thought I would post it here. It's a simple dynamic lighting example (however it isn't that efficient). It uses a layer full of 32x32 black actives that overlay the game layer. When the player moves around each "darkness tile" is updated and the semi-transparency is changed according to the distance to the player and whether or not the player can see the tile. This example uses the "For Each" object as well as fast loops. I'm not sure why some of the tiles start out completely black, they should be at 64 semi-transparency. If you move around they get updated and are fine after that...Tell me what you think.

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