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+2 votes

How do I make an AnimatedSprite with several collision zones trigger each zone a different event?

And also get the object that has collided with that collision zone

I also need some collision zones to superimpose, triggering both collision zones

For a single collision zone it is easy and it works. The problem for me to have is several zones each with its own trigger of method

A link could help me, but I only find links for a single collision zone

Thanks for the patience, I'm new to Godot

in Engine by (19 points)

1 Answer

–2 votes

make more than one area/staticbody/kinematicbody with different names and make a code like this
func on_hit(node):

if node.getparent().name == NODEYOUWANTTOHIT_WITH:

if == areayouwanttohit:


if == anotherareayouwantto_hit:


if == thirdareayouwantto_hit:


by (84 points)
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