Part 7 - Conclusion

By Richard Davey on 6th November 2018   @photonstorm

In this tutorial we have covered how to create a Facebook Instant Games leaderboard, what all the different score formats mean and their respective limitations, how to save a score, with optional score data, and how to retrieve them.

If you worked through the optional extra Retro Highscore Table tutorial, as well, then you've even got a fully working modern-retro input system to use in your games too.

For further reading on the subject, please see the official Facebook Leaderboard API Documentation.

Leaderboards are a great way to maintain user engagement in your games. If you come up with an interesting way of displaying a leaderboard, or making use of the score data bundles, then please let us know - we'd love to see what you've been creating!

Now got Leaderboards working, why not learn about how to display adverts in your game?