Attention: Here be dragons

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保存游戏可能很复杂. 比如, 我们可能会想要储存跨多个关卡的多个物品的信息. 更高级的保存游戏可能需要存储关于具有任意数量的对象的附加信息. 当游戏变得更加复杂时, 这将让保存函数可以随着游戏一同变得更加复杂.


如果你想保存玩家的设置,可以用 ConfigFile 来实现这个目的。


You can see how saving and loading works in action using the Saving and Loading (Serialization) demo project.



首先我们将想要保存的对象添加到“Persist”组。我们既可以通过 GUI 也可以通过脚本完成此操作。让我们使用 GUI 来添加相关节点吧:



var save_nodes = get_tree().get_nodes_in_group("Persist")
for i in save_nodes:
    # Now, we can call our save function on each node.


The next step is to serialize the data. This makes it much easier to read from and store to disk. In this case, we're assuming each member of group Persist is an instanced node and thus has a path. GDScript has helper class JSON to convert between dictionary and string, Our node needs to contain a save function that returns this data. The save function will look like this:

func save():
    var save_dict = {
        "filename" : get_scene_file_path(),
        "parent" : get_parent().get_path(),
        "pos_x" : position.x, # Vector2 is not supported by JSON
        "pos_y" : position.y,
        "attack" : attack,
        "defense" : defense,
        "current_health" : current_health,
        "max_health" : max_health,
        "damage" : damage,
        "regen" : regen,
        "experience" : experience,
        "tnl" : tnl,
        "level" : level,
        "attack_growth" : attack_growth,
        "defense_growth" : defense_growth,
        "health_growth" : health_growth,
        "is_alive" : is_alive,
        "last_attack" : last_attack
    return save_dict

我们得到一个样式为 { "variable_name":that_variables_value } 的字典, 它在加载游戏数据时会被用到.


As covered in the 文件系统 tutorial, we'll need to open a file so we can write to it or read from it. Now that we have a way to call our groups and get their relevant data, let's use the class JSON to convert it into an easily stored string and store them in a file. Doing it this way ensures that each line is its own object, so we have an easy way to pull the data out of the file as well.

# Note: This can be called from anywhere inside the tree. This function is
# path independent.
# Go through everything in the persist category and ask them to return a
# dict of relevant variables.
func save_game():
    var save_game ="user://", FileAccess.WRITE)
    var save_nodes = get_tree().get_nodes_in_group("Persist")
    for node in save_nodes:
        # Check the node is an instanced scene so it can be instanced again during load.
        if node.scene_file_path.is_empty():
            print("persistent node '%s' is not an instanced scene, skipped" %

        # Check the node has a save function.
        if !node.has_method("save"):
            print("persistent node '%s' is missing a save() function, skipped" %

        # Call the node's save function.
        var node_data ="save")

        # JSON provides a static method to serialized JSON string.
        var json_string = JSON.stringify(node_data)

        # Store the save dictionary as a new line in the save file.

Game saved! Now, to load, we'll read each line. Use the parse method to read the JSON string back to a dictionary, and then iterate over the dict to read our values. But we'll need to first create the object and we can use the filename and parent values to achieve that. Here is our load function:

# Note: This can be called from anywhere inside the tree. This function
# is path independent.
func load_game():
    if not FileAccess.file_exists("user://"):
        return # Error! We don't have a save to load.

    # We need to revert the game state so we're not cloning objects
    # during loading. This will vary wildly depending on the needs of a
    # project, so take care with this step.
    # For our example, we will accomplish this by deleting saveable objects.
    var save_nodes = get_tree().get_nodes_in_group("Persist")
    for i in save_nodes:

    # Load the file line by line and process that dictionary to restore
    # the object it represents.
    var save_game ="user://", FileAccess.READ)
    while save_game.get_position() < save_game.get_length():
        var json_string = save_game.get_line()

        # Creates the helper class to interact with JSON
        var json =

        # Check if there is any error while parsing the JSON string, skip in case of failure
        var parse_result = json.parse(json_string)
        if not parse_result == OK:
            print("JSON Parse Error: ", json.get_error_message(), " in ", json_string, " at line ", json.get_error_line())

        # Get the data from the JSON object
        var node_data = json.get_data()

        # Firstly, we need to create the object and add it to the tree and set its position.
        var new_object = load(node_data["filename"]).instantiate()
        new_object.position = Vector2(node_data["pos_x"], node_data["pos_y"])

        # Now we set the remaining variables.
        for i in node_data.keys():
            if i == "filename" or i == "parent" or i == "pos_x" or i == "pos_y":
            new_object.set(i, node_data[i])