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  • As senior designer Dean Smith puts it, "For some reason, there's a lot of explosive things lying around Pacific City as well, so there's always a new prop to grab or a new explodable of some type."


  • Sometimes, I would shoot an explodable barrel just to witness the amazing lighting effects that made the virtual earth tremble beneath my virtual feet.

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  • I have no idea about his post yesterday but since this explodable then the answer is to open the block editor and property to 'yes' in the properties palette!

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  • This game was a strange and trippy beast of an action game where the task was to simply pop bubbles as they floated across the screen, using the Wii Remote's pointer function to point and click on the seemingly endless ocean of explodable spheres.

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  • Start by making a Selectionset of all explodable objects:

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  • It's hard to believe it's real: Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren, Jet Li, Mickey Rourke, Jason Statham, Stone Cold Steve Austin and, presumably, drug lords are explodable and exploded.

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  • "battlefield" got so littered with explodable objects that you ended up having too many targets to cycle through, or the the camera would autozoom onto a car instead of the target you wanted, etc.

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  • "INSERT, * POLYLINE, MLINE, LEADER, MTEXT, DIMENSION,3DSOLID, BODY")))) and whatever other object types are explodable, so it will see only those, and ignore unexplodable things like Lines and Text and so on.

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  • Does this mean that astronomers have a subtle distinction between explodable and explosive?

    July 8, 2009

  • Occurring only 630 million years after the Big Bang, GRB 090423 detonated so early that astronomers had no direct evidence that anything explodable even existed back then.

    July 6, 2009