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I have 3 collision mask layers: ground, enemy and player.

The enemy should collide both with the ground and the player.

I also want the enemy to move along a platform and turn around once it detects the edge of the platform. For this i'm using test_move().

The problem is that the enemy cant distinguish between the ground and the player. A player can fool the enemy into thinking they are a part of the platform. And so, my enemies platform edge detection sometimes fails.

Image:
https://ibb.co/1RshrZs

How can i distinguish between collision layers or objects or anything? test_move seems to be object-blind.

Godot version 3.2.3
in Engine by (11 points)

1 Answer

0 votes

You can use a separate Area, which only collides with the player.
If you still need the primary collisions to hapen with the player, you can make the Area slightly bigger than the enemy.

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