The game state

EgoVenture uses the concept of a game state. This state is a standard Godot resource that extends the included BaseState class and contains all variables the game developer needs to store information about the player’s progress in the game.

The game state from the EgoVenture Game Template looks like this:

# The game state
class_name GameState
extends BaseState

# Add variables about your game here
#export(bool) var met_stina = false

The three first lines are basically just setting up the state resource. After that, any standard variable of a Godot built-in type can be used to store game information. It’s important to export each variable.

While each built-in type is supported, it is recommended to only use very basic types like bool, int, float and string.

For details see the BaseState API-Docs.