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+1 vote

Player is a kinematic body, the wall is a static body...

i use a raycast2d as a child node from the player node to detect wall collisions...

but how can i avoid the player from stick to a wall when jumping and make it stop...?

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What version of Godot are you using?

im using 2.1

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