Hi everyone, I'm a bit of a father figure to my nephew/godson, and got a copy of BeamNG to play with him. I saw how cool the game was and thought that his father, who did an early xray mod in minecraft (using a code disassembler) would approve. Plus, we get to crash cars. What's better than that? I was wondering if anyone has any tips about exceedingly simple maps, activities, or mods we can work on together? Jeff loves the game, but still struggles with the coordination required to drive the car. I want him to learn it, though, so we can try remote control cars (RC cars are an old hobby of mine, but he hasn't yet gotten the hang of steering and managing speed at the same time). If you think about it, for a young brain, driving is exceptionally complex because you have to anticipate the future while thinking about left and right and faster/slower simultaneously. It's quite a challenge! But I'm proud to say that while he couldn't drive six months ago, he is beginning to learn how to use the controls. Right now, he loves driving and firing the cannon, crashing cars into each other (he's mastered the car selection process and how to spawn multiple vehicles), and of course the cliff jumping scenario. I've taught him to use cruise control, which is absolutely perfect, because then he only has to steer. Still, he often can't resist going too fast and then crashing. He's five after all. He also loves other controls on the keyboard and learning. For example, he loves turning headlights on and off and opening and closing the gate of the pickup. Any tips for how we can play together? Eventually I want to transition him into following roads since I know how fun that can be in a driving game. Right now he's over the moon because I told him I would figure out how to attach nodes together and show him. He really wants to attach vehicles to trailers and other random objects together. While he gets overwhelmed easily with coordination issues, he's extremely curious and loves exploring, so this type of thing works really well for him. We might attach things together and crash them into other things. (He's extremely safety conscious, so I'm not worried about being a bad influence.) Any suggestions or fun things you've done with super young kids? What do you think would be the simplest map to explore for someone who has a 5 year old's coordination?