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    Best PMO based platform engine available?

    I know PMO is the way to go for platform engines, so what I am looking for is the best engine built on this? One that has things like crouch-sliding and wall-jumping already pre-configured and ready to go? I'm sure there have been a ton of tutorials and custom mfas released over the years, so I was hoping for the most up-to-date and feature packed example available?

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    The PMO object does not automatically include crouch-sliding and wall-jumping, however, they are very easy to implement with PMO. In my opinion PMO is not only the easiest, but most reliable method to implementing platform movements. I've used customer built engines that were just as good, but PMO makes it faster and more condensed.

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    Yes, I'm aware of PMO's strengths, that's why I asked what the best examples were of using PMO, adding these things and generally fleshing it out into a full platform engine.

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    My apologies, I misread your question. I'm not sure of any games that use the PMO, I can only speculate.

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    No, I'm looking for good engines that have been built using PMO, extending it's capabilities to add other features, not a game.

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    Okay, what's the most full featured platform engine that uses PMO currently?

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