Cubic Bézier Curve Resource and Controls for visualizing and editing them.Curves start and end points are fixed to (0, 0) and (1, 1), storing only the two control points, similar to CSS `cubic-bezier` function.
A more feature-rich alternative to AStar. Main feature is the ability to pre-compute paths from given origin point to all points, which can then be easily accessed.
A button that grabs key events and populate an InputEventKey instance.Comes with a property editor for easy setup of InputEventKey Resources in editor, great for creating ShortCuts.
Let's you control your Philips Hue lights from within Godot games.Find the documentation at https://github.com/FilipLundby/Gohue
This script allows the creation of very BIG numbers, like those you see in idle games. It supports formating to AA-notation like 2.00M, 4.56AA or even bigger numbers.Make sure to get the latest version from Github.
Godot-Stuff Logger (gs_logger)A GDScript based logging utility, it provides a very low level way to debug your Games. There are different Appenders and Layouts available that let you control how the logger output is delivered.This latest release is now installed like a proper plugin. Activate the Logger by going into your Project settings and activating it.Note: Cyclical errors have been correct and a restart of Godot should no longer be required when adding this asset.Features* low overhead* simple to include in your projects* eight different logging levels* output to console or filesystem* html output available (experimental)This version supports the Godot Version 3.2 releases.For more information follow this linkhttps://gitlab.com/godot-stuff/gs-logger/-/blob/3.2/README.md
This plugin adds Agones SDK functionality to GDScript.With this plugin you can call Agones SDK functions using GDScript to create your dedicated server powered by Agones and Godot Engine.
Dispatch Queue implementation.Supports synchronous and threaded execution, with the later being either serial (1 Thread) or concurrent (2+ Threads, a.k.a. Thread Pool).If threading is not supported by OS, fallbacks to running in synchronous mode.There are signals for when each task is finished and another for when all tasks are finished, so it's very easy to hook callbacks or yield until they are emitted.You can also dispatch a group of tasks at once and respond to a signal when all of them are finished.Dispatch queues are References, but there are Node and Resource wrappers for it to ease integrating with other nodes and scenes.
Lite wrappers for Firebase App, Firebase Auth, and Firebase Database. (No Firestore or Cloud Storage as of yet.)Godot Firebase Lite promotes the pattern of using yield() for all of the CRUD methods (which saves a lot of signal wiring).INSTALLATIONIf installing from Godot's AssetLib Package Installer:1. Unselect all files and then select only the folders you need: - firebase_app_lite (required) - firebase_auth_lite (optional) - firebase_database_lite (optional)2. Create a `firebase` global namespace (AutoLoad Singleton) by going into Project Settings > AutoLoad tab, and add a new entry with the following settings: - Path: res://firebase_app_lite/firebase.gd (or wherever you put it) - Name: firebase (note this is all lower case) - Singleton: [x] Enable3. See https://github.com/juanitogan/godot-firebase-lite for usage
INPUTS: "forward""back""left""right" "crouch""jump"This is a character controller that mimics the older "broken" version of move and slide. It has a constant move speed on slopes rather than the "correct" decelerating on ascent and accelerating descent and will stop on slopes below the max climb angle. Also supports bunny hopping and air strafing. Uses mouse for look. Max climb angle, move speed, acceleration, and friction all set with exports. Crosshair is available standalone at https://github.com/0xspig/CrosshairShader
JSON Configuration File is a plugin for Godot that aims to aid reading user input via a JSON file. Using a JSON file as a way to configure your Godot application would allow your users to share configuration files. Minecraft is a remarkable example that uses JSON files to configure certain aspects of the game, such as block models.The definition of JSON Schemas inspired this plugin. However, instead of using a JSON file to define the structure of a JSON, it takes a coding approach. This approach has the advantage of allowing more features.