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Inkscape has a large limit: 100,000 on my screen (10x what you need). The atual limit is because of zoom capabilities - it can't zoom out any more. The image is still fine in it, and it's using less than 200GB of memory. Even better it's completely free, and works well on all 3 operating systems. It saves as a .svg format for editing but it has an ...


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I'd say you'll want to look at Sprite-Kit's particle system. It looks like those dust clouds are a single sprite and the particle system takes care of how it is emitted. The iOS Developer Library might be a place to start: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/IDEs/Conceptual/xcode_guide-particle_emitter/Introduction/Introduction.html


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You can use any program that can make .gif files or .png files. With the png files you can make an image sequence what you do in your programming. You can use After effects, or you can draw the frames by yourself with Illustrator the export those.



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