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Online scoreboard recommendations?

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Sunday, December 15th, 2013 2:24 pm

With things only just beginning to fall into place I’m getting more and more confident I’ll be able to submit something I’m somewhat happy with. With less than 5 hours to go I’m not sure I have the time or energy left to look for a decent high score leaderboard. Do any of you fantastic, intelligent, beautiful people have any recommendations for me? The ideal would be something free with an easy to integrate javascript api. Thanks in advance.

Good luck to those still jamming and well done to those already finished!

I’m in.

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Friday, December 13th, 2013 10:02 am

I can’t wait to get started. I’ll almost certainly be using html5/javascript to make a canvas based game. Depending on the type of game I attempt to make I’ll either not use a framework at all or use Phaser (which I first used in a recent jam and although it’s a bit rough in places I enjoyed using it and it has a great community) or createjs. Behind the scenes will be my usual setup consisting of the WebStorm IDE, node and grunt for anything that can be automated, git for version control, Paint.net for any art, Bfxr for sounds, Tiled for any tilemaps, and probably some other things I can’t remember at the moment.

Once I get a prototype working I’ll put it up somewhere online and keep it updated over the weekend, maybe with a little bit of a blog noting the progress with the updates and a timelapse video at the end of the weekend.

Happy jamming.



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