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Tom Kuhlmann

There are a few ways you could approach it. 

One way is to have a motion path that takes them to the beginning point when X happens. I'd probably use a variable that when two answers are incorrect, move object on motion path beginning.

There's also an easier way to set up the file. I'll create a simple demo.

Jessica Malone

Thank you so much. Would you have any suggestions on how you would drive forward based on the questions you get right? Example: You get first question right, second wrong but third right, when you get the third right you would want it to travel on the second motion path not the third.

Jamie Billingham

Thanks for that Tom !

I have a similar (in some ways) interactive quiz that I've been stuck on for a few days. It's for work (branded) so I can't upload it publicly. I could send the file if anyone has time to help with it.

I'm using both a graded quiz and motion paths triggered by variables that change based on answering questions correctly.

In a nutshell, some triggers to move the car work great while others jump instead of gliding gracefully down the road. They all look the same though so am stuck trying to find the hidden differences.