tween_stagger_to(targets_array, duration, vars, stagger, [wave_amount]);
||The target instances to tween|
||The duration in seconds or frames (for frames based tweens)|
||The special vars array. For more info about the
||Amount of time to stagger the start time of each tween.|
||How many instances will grouped in one "wave"|
Array of Tweens) Array with the tweens that has been created
Tweens an array of targets to a common set of destination values (using the current values as the start values), but staggers their start times by a specified amount of time, creating an evenly-spaced sequence with a surprisingly small amount of code.
stagger is the amount of time in seconds (or frames if the
timeline is frames-based) to stagger the start time of each tween.
wave_amount (optional) indicates how many instances will grouped in one "wave". For
example, if you want to animate 30
obj_box instances placed one after another in a 6 rows
and 5 columns, and you want to generate 5 staggers of 6 instances (one stagger
for each column), you neeed to pass 6 as the value of
wave_amount. The default
is 1, meaning that each instance will be staggered.
tweens_array = tween_stagger_to([obj_box1, obj_box2, obj_box3], 2.8, ["x", 800,"angle",270, "ease", ease_backout], 0.4);