Timers and time
Actions and conditions to run timers, get the current time or modify the time scale (speed at which the game is running - useful for slow motion effects). Read more explanations about it.
Change the time scale of the scene.
Pause a scene timer
Pause a scene timer.
Delete a scene timer
Delete a scene timer from memory.
Start (or reset) a scene timer
Reset the specified scene timer, if the timer doesn't exist it's created and started.
Unpause a scene timer
Unpause a scene timer.
Wait X seconds
Waits a number of seconds before running the next actions (and sub-events).
Value of a scene timer
Compare the elapsed time of a scene timer. This condition doesn't start the timer.
Compare the time scale of the scene.
Scene timer paused
Test if the specified scene timer is paused.
|🔤 String||Hour: hour - Minutes: min - Seconds: sec - Day of month: mday - Months since January: mon - Year since 1900: year - Days since Sunday: wday - Days since Jan 1st: yday - Timestamp (ms): timestamp"|
||Time elapsed since the last frame rendered on screen|
||Time elapsed since the beginning of the scene|
||Returns the time scale of the scene.|
||Value of a scene timer|
|🔤 Name (String)||Timer's name|
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