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    July 18, 2008
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game statistics example
this example is much like the highscore example of siert. (thanks for that) but it's is not meant for highscores.

this sents not only score but also things like how long the player played at what time and some other things (you can add whatever you want). it can be used when the player quits the game.

now you can press the button just one time.

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Just needs a few tweaks, like the clock. It's 7:05 AM as of posting this, and the game displays it as "7:3."
Posted by Obelisk July 18, 2008 8:06 - 9.4 years ago
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thanks for testing. I just updated a new file, now it should work:)
Posted by jeroenman July 18, 2008 9:33 - 9.4 years ago
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I think I got a malware alert when it tried to get my IP address?

I think for the chat, you can have it rename the downloaded file, then display the downloaded file.
Then it can download another in about 5 seconds and rename that again.
I think you can refresh regularly without it blanking out.

Although, that's a really inefficient way of chat.
Even a simple solution is just have TinyWeb go to a online chat.
Posted by Siert July 18, 2008 10:45 - 9.4 years ago
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The online statistics thing was good. I didn't try that chat thing though.

8/10 for the statistics example.
Posted by JID July 18, 2008 12:42 - 9.4 years ago
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siert, yeh, have TinyWeb go to a online chat would be much easier, I'll delete the chat file. it wasnt even neccecary for this example
Posted by jeroenman July 18, 2008 16:37 - 9.4 years ago
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It uses... a flat file database? =/
Posted by Requiem July 18, 2008 17:24 - 9.4 years ago
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yup, but harder to hack because the use of tinyweb
Posted by jeroenman July 18, 2008 17:54 - 9.4 years ago
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