A solution would be to have some visual puzzles, who have a direction as a second layer.
For example, a Crossword labelled "Complete me, and I will tell you where to go" - and, once completed, drawing lines between the letter "I"s in the answer will create an arrow pointing in a direction. Or logic puzzle like a "liars" puzzle with labelled pictures of ...
The answer to a puzzle can be reduced to either being correct or incorrect. Thus you can make almost any puzzle have two outcomes by simply giving a correct option A and an incorrect but persuasive option B.
The real issue is if the puzzle can be undermined if the solver simply tests both options; essentially reverse engineering the puzzle (e.g. a typical ...
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Crosswords (Omega Krypton did a lot of these independently of me and probably earlier; I haven't looked at their answers) lead to these letters:
Statue View solution:
Brief explanation (i.e., transcription of my notes while solving the Statue View):
Maze solution by "flood-fill":