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So why doesn't this work?

onready var Enemy = $George
func _ready():
if Enemy.visible == false:
elif Enemy.visible == true:

The timer does start after the enemy is visible but after he disappears it doesn't stop.

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in Engine by (24 points)

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Visibility on screen is not the same as visibility on the node. If you want to test if an object has left the screen, use a VisibilityNotifier2D

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Now i need to stop it when the enemy is not visible

func _physics_process(delta):
    if == 0:

This does not work,why?

So i made a timer that is 0.05 seconds that always runs but now it seems that the game over timer doesn't start again:

func _on_Timer2_timeout():
    if Enemy.visible == false:

I've made a test project that I believe implements what you're looking for. Have a look at it here:

Do you have like a discord i want to give you the source code to my game to see what's wrong,i don't want it shared here

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