Animify - An easy to use animation gui


Animify is a simple animation interface aimed to help games incorporate dances/poses with ease.
I originally made this for my game but decided to make this open-source.



Also, you can visit the preview place to try it out for yourself.


To begin, get the model here.

  • Step 1: Insert Animify into your game and parent it to ReplicatedStorage

  • Step 2: Move the AnimationGui instance to StarterGui
    Animation (0)

  • Step 3: Create a LocalScript under StarterPlayerScripts
    Name it something you can remember as this will be the script you use to load Animify.

  • Step 4: Paste the following code into the script you just created:

local replicatedStorage = game:GetService("ReplicatedStorage")
local animify = require(replicatedStorage:WaitForChild("Animify"))

repeat task.wait() until game:IsLoaded() 

animify.refresh() -- loads animify

That’s all!

Adding/Removing Animations

Animify comes out of the box with 30 R15 animations, to add/remove your own animations there are two ways:

  • First way: Using the API (Recommended)
local animify = require(replicatedStorage:WaitForChild("Animify")

animify.addAnimation("ElectroSuffle", 2890712423) -- anim name, anim id
local animify = require(replicatedStorage:WaitForChild("Animify")

animify.removeAnimation("ElectroSuffle") -- anim name

Note: Removing an animation that does not exist will throw a warning
Note: Using the same name as another animation will throw a warning.
Note: It doesn’t matter if Animify is already loaded, you can add and remove an animation whenever you want.

  • Second way: Editing the module
    Under Animify>External>list you can add your own IDs and remove the default ones.

Other Functions


Opens the animation frame (if you’d like to use a custom toggle button, this function is useful)


Closes the animation frame.


Returns the state of the animation gui, true if visible and false if not.


In Animify’s description you never actually link the DevForum topic.

Other than that it looks like a nice resource.

Maybe provide a test place so we can test the built in animations without having to open Roblox Studio?

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Actually you have miss in Functions.
getting state function is not
it was
when i took a look

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