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[Blog] : Laziness and Onlineness
  21st August, 2008
I'm not the type of person who usually does a lot of things! For starters, you'll probably notice that 99% of my games are locked to the refresh rate of your screen. If your screen's higher than 60hz, my games will run all that much faster.
The reason for that is that all my systems are set at 60, and.. to be honest, I tend to forget that other people's aren't!
Whenever a game relies 100% on framerates and specific timings, I'll more than likely bother to sort that out, but usually I'm onto the next game before I even consider it!
 
So, to all those who find my games are too fast, all I can suggest it you try running at 60hz for a change, and put up with the flickering that it brings
 
The otherside of my lazyness is that I usually don't bother to do much more than a single highscore on my games, if at all! It's just so much easier to plonk in a Highscore variable, and leave it be. No complaints, and it does it's job.
Over the past couple of days, however, I've been working on a new online highscore system, over at Socoder.net. This is a nice simple, and importantly an easy to impliment way of getting your highscore variables up onto the net, and retrieving a highscore table for all your minimalist effort!
 
With any luck, should I bother to add the one or two lines it requires, it should mean that all my future games will have little scoreboards attached.
It's not much, but at least it's something.
 
As for what this week will bring, I've not yet decided. The Wednesday Workshop #165 is "Games that require only one button", so if you couple that with highscores, it'd probably be something like the good old Yeti Sports. But like I said, no decision has yet been made. We'll all have to wait and see!

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