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So I Made It Into The Top 10

+5 votes
I finished the Oregon Trail tonight and I guess I made it into the Top 10. That was pretty cool!

I chose to be a farmer and despite running out of oxen twice, I always kept my ammo pretty stocked and rarely needed repairs. I had money left over and only made the mistake of fording the river once (and losing a LOT of supplies). I managed to have a healthy party of two other members because I hunted so much.

Anyone else score pretty highly? Any strategies or unfortunate events? Should we make a Top Ten for the game we create?
asked Aug 26, 2017 in CSC 285 (F17) by Angelica Garcia (100 points)

2 Answers

+3 votes
I wonder if those are program generated highscores. I know a lot of games will do like Ralphie, with 10,000 points, Jerry with 5,000, Mike with 2,000, etc.

I am curious if the top ten syncs with the web or has a database somewhere storing the information. Otherwise it should be pretty easy to implement, we will just have to create a place in storage to keep the information once the user quits the game.
answered Aug 28, 2017 by Daniel Zwiener (100 points)
+1 vote
I started another thread to add top scores and what your remaining supplies were at the end! Go comment and share with us.
answered Aug 28, 2017 by Dylan Hart (100 points)