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Old 05-26-2014, 12:16 PM
lgpzmaster lgpzmaster is offline
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Smile How do you get into the Hall of Fame?

How do you get into the Hall of Fame? How do you know you have gotten into the Hall of Fame? How do you know what score to beat?
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Old 05-26-2014, 04:09 PM
zenobia43 zenobia43 is offline
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The hall of fame table has its own page:

http://www.logic-puzzles.org/halloffame.php

If your userid is in the list of 100, then you are in the Hall of Fame. For now.

At the end of each puzzle you solve, the points awarded for that solution are added to your lifetime total points. That lifetime total is used to rank order the players in the Hall of Fame table.

A user's lifetime total is on their Trophy Room page in the Statistics table on the right. Look at the Total Points entry of the Lifetime tab.

The Trophy Room page for lgpzmaster is found at:

http://www.logic-puzzles.org/profile.php?u=231349

To answer your question about what it takes to make an appearance in the Hall of Fame table, look at the last entry of that table. That is the minimum lifetime score needed to make an appearance in the table.

If your id occupies that last entry, you can drop off the table if someone with fewer points has a burst of points which makes their lifetime total greater than yours.

I hope that answered your questions, but if not, have another go at it.

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