Announcing iScored: Game Room Score Tracking App


Hi folks, I know i’m not a frequent contributor here, but I hope you all can tolerate a little crass self-promotion.

I just released a thing I’ve been working for the last 4 months. It’s a game room high score tracking app called iScored. Basically, it’s a highly-customizable fancy digital glorified whiteboard for you and and your guests (or patrons) to record their scores. It works on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, and various tablets (anything with a modern web browser, really). It was primarily designed with a touchscreen in mind, but it also works fine with a keyboard and mouse.

Here’s a video of it in action on a large touchscreen:

Here’s a video of it on a small Amazon Fire 7" tablet:

Users are responsible for uploading their own images, but it comes with a whole bunch of customization options and dozens of fonts built in. My beta testers have done some really cool stuff. Here’s a few screenshots:

Some of the options:

Works for video games too:

I wish I owned all these:

The website, where you can sign up, is here:

Lifetime access is $19.95. No subscription fees, no ads, no limits on the number of games or scores you can save.

Hope you enjoy it!


Does this track more than the top 4/5 scores? Can you scroll (up/down) beyond what is shown?


yes, each column scrolls vertically with either a mouse wheel or a swipe gesture.

you can see vertical scrolling in this clip:

there’s no limit to the number of scores you can store per game.


actually that’s not accurate. there are 39 usable characters, and three character positions, so in theory you can save 39^3 or 59,319 scores per game. If you’d like to test that theory be my guest. :slight_smile:


Hi folks! I hope you don’t mind me topping this thread for a major feature update.

I’ve added the ability for users to save and share their custom game styles with the rest of the iScored community. I think this will be a very fun and useful feature, and I can’t wait to see what cool designs people come up with! There are already several crazy designs with animated backgrounds (yep, gifs work … hard to convey with a screenshot, though).


Running this on a big screen at The Sanctum with a laptop below for everyone to publicly track the high scores on all 47 of our games. People are starting to rally get into it.


That’s awesome! Sometimes it takes a little encouragement, because it’s not something people are used to doing, but in my experience, once they start, they get hooked on keeping track of their bests and comparing them to their friends.