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  1. Hey, I'm bulding a Towerdefensgame and my minions are moving very laggy. Im using tweens. Always if a tween is complete the next tween will be added. The Problem is, that the way of the minion always can be changed, so I have to set the new tween always if the minion reached the new field. Also the first wave is more "smooth" than the other waves.. Phaser-Version: v2.6.1 Game-Demo: http://darkfluppi.de/td/ Code for moving the minions: function moveDatMinion(minion) { if (!minion.data.moving) { minion.data.moving = true; var diff = { x: (minion.width / 2), y: (minion.height / 2) }; if (minion.data.fieldsSlowed > 0) { minion.data.fieldsSlowed--; } else { minion.data.minionSpeed = minion.data.minionFixSpeed; minion.data.slowed = false; } var pos = { x: Math.floor(getPosition(minion.position.x - 32)), y: Math.floor(getPosition(minion.position.y - 32)) }; var posCoord = { x: minion.position.x - 32, y: minion.position.y - 32 }; if (!(pos.x === 11 && pos.y === 5) && minion.alive) { var way = { u: 999, d: 999, l: 999, r: 999 }; var goto; if ((pos.x - 1) > -1) { way.l = fieldDistances[pos.x - 1][pos.y]; } if ((pos.x + 1) < 12) { way.r = fieldDistances[pos.x + 1][pos.y]; } if ((pos.y - 1) > -1) { way.u = fieldDistances[pos.x][pos.y - 1]; } if ((pos.y + 1) < 12) { way.d = fieldDistances[pos.x][pos.y + 1]; } if (way.u >= 0 && way.d >= 0 && way.l >= 0 && way.r >= 0) { var min = Math.min(way.u, way.d, way.r, way.l); if (min === way.u) { goto = { x: (posCoord.x) + minionOffset.x, y: (posCoord.y - 64) + minionOffset.y }; } else if (min === way.d) { goto = { x: (posCoord.x) + minionOffset.x, y: (posCoord.y + 64) + minionOffset.y }; } else if (min === way.r) { goto = { x: (posCoord.x + 64) + minionOffset.x, y: (posCoord.y) + minionOffset.y }; } else if (min === way.l) { goto = { x: (posCoord.x - 64) + minionOffset.x, y: (posCoord.y) + minionOffset.y }; } } if (!minion.data.tween) { minion.data.tween = game.add.tween(minion).to(goto, (minion.data.minionSpeed / speedUp), 'Linear', true, 0); } else { var nextTween = game.add.tween(minion).to(goto, (minion.data.minionSpeed / speedUp), 'Linear', true, 0); minion.data.tween.chain(nextTween); minion.data.tween = nextTween; } // minion.animations.play('walk'); minion.data.tween.onComplete.add(function () { // minion.data.tween.stop(); minion.data.moving = false; moveDatMinion(minion); }, this); minionOnField[getPosition(goto.x - 32)][getPosition(goto.y - 32)] = 1; if (minion.data.lastPos) { minionOnField[minion.data.lastPos.x][minion.data.lastPos.y] = 0; } minion.data.lastPos = pos; console.log(pos); console.log(goto); } else { stopTweensFor(minion); } } } Does someone has any ideas for a more smooth "walkanimations"? Greetings