This is the last round of season 1. This means you've all got a chance to score some extra points in this catch-up round. There are no "new" games this round, but any of the previous 13 main games can be played. There are no catch-up points awarded for playing bonus games-- those games had to be played during the original round in which they were featured. This round ends Sunday, February 5th at 8pm MST.
The games we've played in this first season of the Astrocade High Score Club are:
Round 1: Astro Battle
Round 2: Space Fortress
Round 3: Cosmic Raiders
Round 4: The Incredible Wizard
Round 5: Clowns/Brickyard
Round 6: Mazeman
Round 7: Bally Pin (aka Astrocade Pinball)
Round 8: Treasure Cove
Round 9: Crazy Climber
Round 10: Sea Devil
Round 11: Galactic Invasion
Round 12: The Adventures of Robby Roto!
Round 13: Blast Droids
You can click any of the above game titles to go to the round which originally featured the game. However, please, post all improved scores in this thread.
Bonus round points are awards for each position that you move. For example, the final results of Season 1, Round 4: The Incredible Wizard were:
1st Chris++ 9,870 (Dungeon 9) 10 pts
2nd darthkur 9,150 (Dungeon 8 ) 9 pts
3rd nd2003grad 7,650 (Dungeon 6) 8 pts
4th glazball 5,480 (Dungeon 7) 7 pts
5th BallyAlley 5,180 (Dungeon 7) 6 pts
6th ranger_lennier 2,990 (Dungeon 4) 5 pts
7th roadrunner 2,260 (Dungeon 6) 4 pts
In this instance, if roadrunner posted a new score of 8,000 points for The Incredible Wizard, then he would move four places (by beating nd2003grad's 7,650 score). This would earn roadrunner 4 bonus points. Note that no one else's earned points are effected when a player scores bonus points in a catch-up round. You'll notice that it's difficult for people to earn bonus points who originally scored in high positions during the original round. In this case, Chris++, who is in first place in the above list, would have to beat his own score of 9,870 points just to earn one bonus point.
If you're posting a score for one of these game for the first time in this catch-up round, then you are considered to be in last place for a round. For instance, let's say that John Doe posts an astonishing first-time score of one million points for The Incredible Wizard. Then John Doe would earn seven points for moving seven places (8th place to 1st place).
Good luck, and remember, post all of your improved scores in this thread.
Edited by ballyalley, Tue Jan 24, 2017 10:21 PM.