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I want to build a clickable mockup for a game tutorial, i.e. a series of screenshots the user can go through to simulate the tutorial. The path through the mockup is non-linear, e.g. at one point the user can decide which of two quests to pursue. Building the mockup is not a problem, I've identified Pidoco and Axure as possible tools for this task. However, I want to track each users path through the mockup and I couldn't find out whether either of those or some other program has that capability. Basically, whenever the users clicks a link between two screens, both the origin and destination screen should be written to a file (ideally a csv) so I can later analyze the sequences in which screens are clicked through. Does anyone know of a software that has this capability built in? Ideally, the prototype should be testable on a mobile device, like in the Pidoco app.

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If your mockup can be accessed via a browser as a website, you could look into ClickTale. –  Danny Varod Oct 23 '13 at 11:14
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Use Google Analytics with your published mockup. You'll have all the analytics features of GA then. –  Alexey Kolchenko Oct 23 '13 at 11:36
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You can attach any tracking software to any event of a prototype created in Axure. You just have to use the AXHOOX library / extention which will allow to add any custom javascript to your prototype.

http://rootnot.github.io/axhoox/

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