Let’s Make a Level for Duke Nukem 3D, Part 23

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Last time we successfully made our spaceship appear to descend onto the landing pad, in fact by having the entire replica landing environment rise up into place around it. Now we’re going to add an earthquake effect so everything shakes and rumbles while the ship is descending, to simulate landing thrusters.

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