If you want to add more depth and richness to your games' player experience, you can try out the Exploration Mode. This feature can be activated in the game settings. The Exploration Mode let's your game have up to 10 levels and maps in it. It also has a fun navigation system for the players when they move from one game map to the next. In this mode, the teacher creates "doors" and hides them in the map. The players can access these doors after they complete enough exercises, and thus advance to the next game map. Note that in this mode, the game maps cannot be determined to spesific levels.
To activate this mode, you need to select atleast two 360 degree images as your gameboard. Then, toggle on the Exploration Mode.
Here is how your game will look like:
In the bottom middle, there is an grey panel area where you can see your game maps. You can drag the maps around to set them in the position you want. Next to the panel area, there is a button with a door icon on it. By clicking this button, you can set a connection between the two game maps by "creating a door between them". Players will use this door during the game to advance to the next map.
First click the door button on the left. Select which map this door leads to. Then click save.
You can drag the door to a position you like in the game map.
After creating a door between to maps, you can see a line being drawn in the grey panel area. This indicates that you have made a connection succesfully.