Oops! 3D Physics Framework (and more) for XNA

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The Oops! Framework includes many game services and components that extend Microsoft's XNA Framework. The most noteworthy of these components is an easy to use 3D Physics game component/framework that runs on Windows...and XBOX 360!!!




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