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Christopher Gustafsson

Highscore list to my game

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Hi,

 

Im almost done with my game. 

 

But I need a Highscore list at the end of the game with 5 best scores and names. 

You need to fill in your name after or before the game.

 

Like this...

 

Highscore list:

1. Joe - 500 points

2. Sara - 400 points

3. Laura - 350 points

4. Ken - 200 points

5. Dave - 50 points

 

 

Should be so happy if anyone could make this work.. Have tried so many days and hours. Im stuck.

 

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I don't know why this was posted in Game Design. Moving to For Beginners based on the "question."
Note, however, that the attachment is suspicious and unexplained. Why is it named "starwars," for instance? Surely you (crill) do not have a license from Disney to use that trademarked name. And what is it -- is it source code for your game? Until we have answers to those questions, it would be inadvisable for anyone to open the attachment.
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