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    Hi-score and mysql database

    ciao.
    I created a little game with mmf2.
    in my site I have my MySQL database.
    how do I save the best scores ?
    the only way is with mochiads high score?
    Thank you.
    Alex

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    No, MochiScores is definitely not the only way. You can do your own custom high score stuff, e.g. by following DavidN's or Jeff's online high score tutorials (check the tutorial link on the right side). Use the Get object (instead of MooSock) to post data to db through php. Get object is really simple to use and very fast.

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    ok, i 'll try it.
    grazie
    Alex

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    ciao
    is there a tutorial to insert mochiscores ?
    Alex

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    I was looking for it, but I find nothing in the tuturial section....
    can you help me?

    Alex

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    For MochiScores, please check out MMF2 documentation.

    It's really simple to use. Set ID (you'll find this in your Mochimedia developer center), set score and name, send, view leaderboard. Very few actions/events needed.

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    thanks for the reply
    I bought mmmf2 downlodable version.
    Where can I find the manual mmf2?
    alex

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    Inside MMF2.

    Help, or something, in the menu.

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    ah, I've seen it in the Help of mmf2 but does not refer to Mochi Scores, Mochi in general ... or not?

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    Re: Hi-score and mysql database

    You mean you don't see any of this?
    Working as fast as I can on Fusion 3

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