The sample implements the following: Animated Entity - Basic entity that with the help of editor properties can play raw animations Does not use Mannequin! Physicalized Entity - Native entity implementation that allows physicalizing a specified model as a rigid or static entity. Code Breakdown Startup Keep in mind that the startup section only covers the Launcher functionality, Editor operates differently via the IEditorGame interface. The Launcher application calls IGameStartup::Init, which in turn initializes the engine and its modules.
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