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i want to make a game that has multiple floorings; tiles, concrete, wood, carpet
and have different sounds on what i walk on.

Godot version 3.5.1
in Engine by (39 points)

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I haven't actually done it myself, so this is more of a stream-of-consciousness reply.

I would approach this by embedding the walking sound into the scene class that represents each flooring. Have a raycast emitted from the player downward towards the floor. When the raycast indicates a collision with the floor, get the collision object (which will be the floor's scene object) which will contain the walking sound to play, and play it.

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