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JS high score and leaderboard system based on parse.com

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Hello everyone,

 

in my spare time project I'm actually developing a HTML5/JS platform game using the genius Phaser framework.

I wanted to add a high score system which works in the cloud, so that players can compete against each other.

I evaluated the most relevant game services API's from Google and Apple. 

The problem is that you have to pay for them and that might not be appropriate for a small game.

 

So I tried to do my own implementation using the lovely parse.com service which has the following features:

  • Manage players (Users)
  • Player specific highscores
  • Track players game time
  • Manage achievements for players
  • Leaderboard
  • Store game specific values to the detail objects of achievement and highscore entities
You will need to create a free parse.com account in order to use the Highscore Service.

The little project is hosted on github at https://github.com/peer2p/parse-highscore-service.  

A documentation is also available there.

A test application to evaluate JS Highscore Service with your own parse backend is hosted here.

 

Maybe this could be useful for someone...

 

Cheers!

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