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I'm looking for ready to use thirdparty leaderboard service where player's achivementes and scores can be placed. I'd intagrate it into my game to allow players push scores and locate themselves in the tables of tops. It would be nice whether anybody experienced share some points with me.

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Hi Viktor, "what technology to use" is off-topic for the site. Especially since Googling "leaderboard service" is going to give you several answers very quickly. :) – Sean Middleditch Dec 29 '12 at 3:17
Right, but I was looking for the experience of usage because tutorials are always about "we are the best use our stuff, man" :-) Thank you for spotting the details. And Happy New Year! – Viktor Stolbin Dec 29 '12 at 15:20
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I've had good luck with ScoreLoop. They may just be mobile, but worth checking out.

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I liked this one. Handy and have a lot of features. – Viktor Stolbin Dec 27 '12 at 10:00

That's quite a coincidence, since we at Mochi Media are just about to release our Scores API:

There's a doc draft for them, it includes a link to try it out:

Just keep in mind it's not a release yet, we'll ship a better version in a couple of days. The client side code is not polished yet, but the server code has been working for several years with our Flash API.

UPD: I looked up your background and figured you're a Java developer. Since our Unity code is written in C#, it shouldn't be hard for you to re-use the API inside Java.

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Try They have a good API which matches your requirements.

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