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3D bubbles pop

Oh! This is fun! Paul has combined the bubbles and the twisted flyby script, to make it look like bubbles are flowing up and away. ~Kristin


Author: Paul Ortchanian
Author's comments: Using the 3D engine the bubbles get generated in 3D space and they follow a trigonometric formula to place themselves in space. They are each assigned a randm color and size and a lifespan variable decides when they pop.

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I am downloading this now and adding sound fx. This looks bubblicious :)