A simple 3D 100-line free-look camera for Godot 4 that mimics some of the functionality of the editor's camera for in-game use. See the "godot-3" branch on the GitHub repo for a version that works with Godot 3.Use W and S to move forward and backward.Use A and D to move left and right.Use Q and E to move up and down.Roll the scroll wheel to increase and decrease movement speed.Hold down the right mouse button to rotate the camera. There's a slider in the editor to control mouse sensitivity.Install it by attaching camera.gd to your Camera3D node.
3 Classes that brings hex detection, 3D LOS, distance, influence, shortest path ... all you need to build a classical boardgame based on a single image hex map. A demo in the source tree.
The uuid class is a GDScript 'static' class that provides a unique identifier generation for Godot Engine.
This add-on provides a node that generates linear stairs using CSG.
Godot PostgreSQL Client is a GDscript script / class that allows you to connect to a Postgres backend and run SQL commands there. It is able to send data and receive it from the backend. Useful for managing player user data on a multiplayer game, by saving a large amount of data on a dedicated Postgres server from GDscript.The class is written in pure GDScript which allows it not to depend on GDExtention. This makes it ultra portable for many platforms.Detailed documentation: https://github.com/Marzin-bot/PostgreSQLClient/wiki/Documentation
A player with basic first-person controls. Ready to use with no configuration required. It's that simple.
Godot 4 port of the Dice Syntax addonFunctions for supporting a dice rolling syntax (eg "4d6d1!"). Allows for dice rolls and probability calculations. The syntax supports dropping high/low rolls, exploding/compounding dice, and rerolls. See https://github.com/oganm/dice_syntax_gd for a documentation
Mingos' Restrictive Precise Angle Shadowcasting is an algorithm used by traditional roguelike games for determining which map cells are in the player's field of view.See the README for instructions on usage: https://github.com/matt-kimball/godot-mrpas-assetlib/blob/master/README.mdA demo project using this algorithm is available on github: https://github.com/matt-kimball/godot-mrpas
This is a platformer class with many tweakable settings which can be used to control a 2D character (think supermario 1).##Features- Double jump- Coyote time- Jump buffer- Hold jump to go higher- Defining jump height and duration (as opposed to setting gravity and jump velocity)- Assymetrical jumps (falling faster than rising)
Godot Gameplay Systems (formerly godot gameplay attributes) is a set of nodes and resources which speed up development of your gameplay mechanisms.Currently it provides:- An Attributes base system (complete with buff/debuff)- An Ability base system- A camera shake node- A slide show node for your game intro- Equipment base system- Inventory base system- Interactions system (base)- Loot and drop system- Point and click nodes (both 2d and 3d)- Turn based nodes- User interface controls (radial menu container)