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I'm making a 3D Pacman game using BGE. I have an action actuator that plays the Pacman mouth animation. That works, but when I add the Motion Actuator for the player to rotate the character, everything moves fine, except the mouth. If I remove the action actuator, the whole character rotates, but the mouth is always closed.

Game Logic Here's the link to the .blend file

I tried looking for similar problems online for about 2 or 3 hours and found nothing.

Thanks in advance

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Found an answer that fits my needs. I made this Python script that stops the action actuator, rotates to the desired position and then plays the animation again. I also added an always sensor to keep pacman moving on the direction defined by the "direcao" property.

from bge import logic
import math
controller = logic.getCurrentController()
own = controller.owner

name = "AnimaBocaAcao"
start = 1.0
end = 24.0
layer = 0
priority = 1
blendin = 1.0
mode = logic.KX_ACTION_MODE_LOOP
layerWeight = 0.0
ipoFlags = 0
speed = 1.0



sensors = own.sensors

if own["direcao"] == "dir":
    own.applyMovement([0,0.02,0])
elif own["direcao"] == "esq":
    own.applyMovement([0,-0.02,0])
elif own["direcao"] == "cima":
    own.applyMovement([-0.02,0,0])
else:
    own.applyMovement([0.02,0,0])

if sensors["W"].positive:
    currentOrientation = [0, 0, math.radians(90)]
    own.stopAction()
    own["direcao"] = "cima"
if sensors["S"].positive:
    currentOrientation = [0, 0, math.radians(270)]
    own.stopAction()
    own["direcao"] = "baixo"
if sensors["A"].positive:
    currentOrientation = [0, 0, math.radians(180)]
    own.stopAction()
    own["direcao"] = "esq"
if sensors["D"].positive:
    currentOrientation = [0, 0, 0]
    own.stopAction()
    own["direcao"] = "dir"

own.localOrientation = currentOrientation
own.playAction(name, start, end, layer, priority, blendin, mode, layerWeight, ipoFlags, speed)

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