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Is there a way to use one Tween node to interpolate property of several identical nodes? For example, I have group balls which will contain several Ball scene instances. They are children of Level root node, and a Tween node is child of Level too.
I'm asking this because I'm unsure about performance if instead of one Tween in Level I use one Tween (as a child) for each Ball node.

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Yes, you should be able to use one tween for multiple nodes. If you want to know when they've all finished, listen for the tween_all_completed signal.

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