A Sequence play a list of tweens in order. The sequence itself maintains its own state and can be controlled the same as any other tween (although not every property has an effect).

🧬 Creating a sequence

Sequences can be created in one of two ways. You can simply instantiate one like any other class. However, it is recommended to create one using the static class Tweening so it can reuse recycled sequences.

Sequence sequence = Tweening.Sequence(); // Recommended
Sequence sequence = new Sequence(); // Not recommended

➕ Adding tweens

Tweens can either be added to the end or beginning of the sequence using Append or Prepend, respectively. Tweens will automatically start and stop as needed based on the state of the sequence. You should not manually transition a tween to playing or stopping (or any other state), instead change the state of the sequence. You can still customize individual tween properties, like duration, ease, callbacks, etc.

Sequence sequence = Tweening.Sequence();

// Adds a tween to the end of the sequence
sequence.Append(transform.TweenPosition(, 1f));
sequence.Append(transform.TweenRotation(Quaternion.identity, 1f));

// Adds a tween to the beginning of the sequence
sequence.Prepend(transform.TweenScale(, 1f));

🔆 State control

Sequences can be controlled the same way as any other tween, meaning you can play, stop, restart, loop, kill etc.

Sequence sequence = Tweening.Sequence();
sequence.SetLoops(-1, LoopType.PingPong);
sequence.OnComplete(() => Debug.Log("success!"));