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I have a tile in my set named 'ice'. Is it possible to test collision between that particular tile and the player? If so, how?

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Can you be more specific? Is it topdown game - so Player is on "ice" tile or platformer - pleyer is on top/above a "ice" tile? Is Player KinematicBody2D?

Platformer using KinematicBody2D. Apologies.

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I think that you can't use RayCast2D to get specific tile, you will get specific object but I don't think that you can determine what tile index is that TileMapxxxxx object (someone correct me if i'm wrong). The only way I can think of is to check if Player is on the floor with is_on_floor() function. And you will need do add Position2D as a child of Player - one or two pixels below Player feet. Then you need to check if Position2D is inside tile of a "ice" name. Convert Position2D position from pixels to TileMap space: Pos2DTileSpace = Vector2( int (Position2D.x/CellSizeOfTileMap), int( Position2D.y/CellSizeOfTileMap) ), or use TileMap function world_to_map. Then check if Pos2DTileSpace have same index as your "ice" tile with get_cellv function of TileMap (you should preload TileMap in Player script with onready var myMap = get_node("MyTileMap") ). If Player is on the floor and tile index is equal "ice" tile then Player is on ice.

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is_on_floor is a Godot 3 function. I'm on 2.1.5.

Use RayCast2D from Player feet down some pixels instead of is on the floor, or better check for collision normal - if collision normal is pointig up you are on the floor. Then check with Position2D as I suggest it (or just use some Vector2 variable in Player script and set its value below Players feet 2-4 pixels and covert it in tilespace and check for index of tile that position is in).

I got it to work just using the world_to_map function. No raycast needed.

var tpos = tiles.world_to_map(plyr_obj.get_global_pos())
var itile = tiles.get_cellv(Vector2(tpos.x, tpos.y + 1))

This returns the tile ID. I can use this to toggle the ice flag.

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