There's no proof other than my say-so, but back in the day I got a score of 250,000 on the original munchman before I got tired of playing. That is the one where you eat the dots like in Pacman instead of laying down a chain. If the hoonos behave the same in the released version then it should not be to hard to beat the score above or even my score. Here's how: As the level goes up the hoonos become less random in their behavior. They seek you out more aggressively until you eat a power dot, or Texas dot as the case may be. Then they try harder to avoid you. After level 5 or so, forget about trying to score points by eating the hoonos. When a level starts clear out as many dots (lay as much chain) as you can while they converge on you. Then eat the power dot and continue eating dots (laying down chain) but avoid eating any hoonos. They will make their way to the opposite corner as long as you are energized. Then go over to the next power dot (texas) and lay down as much chain as you can until they converge on you. Eat the power dot and repeat the above for the four corners of the board. The action is very fast at the higher levels but as long as your joysticks let you turn the way you want in the maze, you will improve your score dramatically. I expect to see some very high scores in the next few days.