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In game design, an '''cheap''' entity/effect/function/whatever is one that can be processed very quickly at run-time.
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In game design, a '''cheap''' entity/effect/function/whatever is one that can be processed very quickly at run-time.
  
 
Many cheap things can be drawn on-screen/simulated in the world at once, but they are ''generally'' of low visual or computational quality. Decals and other 2D images are examples of cheap objects that do not (necessarily) lack quality.
 
Many cheap things can be drawn on-screen/simulated in the world at once, but they are ''generally'' of low visual or computational quality. Decals and other 2D images are examples of cheap objects that do not (necessarily) lack quality.

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In game design, a cheap entity/effect/function/whatever is one that can be processed very quickly at run-time.

Many cheap things can be drawn on-screen/simulated in the world at once, but they are generally of low visual or computational quality. Decals and other 2D images are examples of cheap objects that do not (necessarily) lack quality.

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