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Hello :D

I have been using GDevelop engine and its simple engine for making simple 2D games and they have built-in library of effects that you can apply on a Sprite.

I wonder, is there something like that in Godot? Like for example "shake animation" or "Fade in/out" or you have to make yourself or search what community made? Is there anything out of the box available?

Thank you for any insight! ♥ Love.

Godot version 3.3.2
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There's no concept of "effect" in Godot.
There's AnimationPlayer, where you can easily compose said (but not limited to) "effects".

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What other options I have besides directly using code to perform something or Animation? And thank you for answering :D ♥

You can also use shaders to apply effects to any CanvasItem. Check out

♥ thank you!

I'm not sure, because I didn't use it yet, but the Tween node may help you

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