How to make a Scoreboard System for a Blastball-Style Map

Ignore the Game ID. I accidentally forgot to cover it. Also, the Game ID has expired.

Want to find a way for players in the game to know the score without having to click on the leaderboard button on top of the screen? Well folks, I’m going to guide you on how to make a scoreboard system that is displayed near the playing court, field, or however you want to call it. Let’s get started.

:pencil2: Things to Know:

Difficulty (From 0-10): :blue_square: Easy (2/10)
Start to Finish: About 4-6 Minutes
Skill Level: Beginner
Project Type: Scoring Mechanic
Does it fit in any Holiday or Celebration? No

:thought_balloon: Imagine Yourself…

Imagine fans, players, coaches, and officials in a multi-purpose arena able to see the score and know which team is winning or losing without having to do anything else but to look at it from a distance.

:bug: Bugs & Glitches Warning:

If you skip any steps and/or if you follow along the steps and process wrong, your scoreboard system may result in some bugs and/or glitches in your game.

:memo: Instructions:

Create the Scoreboard

Create the Scoreboard:

Step 1 of 2:

  1. Click on the purple + button (**Keyboard Shortcut: E), click on “Devices”, click on “Barrier”, and place it down anywhere on the map near the playing court.
  2. Adjust the following settings (Barrier):
    Barrier Settings
    Note: You can change the color of the barrier to any color you want.

Step 2 of 2:

  1. Click on the purple + button (Keyboard Shortcut: E), click on “Devices”, click on “Text”, and place 3 of these on top of the barrier. Make sure to have the text above the layer.
  2. Adjust the 3 texts as follows:
  • Text 1: Home
  • Text 2: Guests
  • Text 3: Game Clock
  1. Click on the purple + button (Keyboard Shortcut: E), click on “Devices”, click on “Counter”, and place 3 of these on top of the barrier. Make sure to have the counter above the layer.
  2. Adjust the following settings (Counter):
    Home Team Score:

    Note: You can change the channel to “Home Team-Score”.
    Visiting Team Score:

    Note: You can change the channel to “Visiting Team-Score”.
    Game Clock:
Scoreboard System

Scoreboard System:

Step 1 of 1:

VERY BASIC SCOREBOARD SYSTEM:
This is a very basic scoreboard system that only has 1 button: Start Game Clock. I will probably advance the scoreboard system and scoreboard and update this section here, if I have the time.

  1. Click on the purple + button (Keyboard Shortcut: E), click on “Devices”, click on “Repeater”, and place it anywhere on the map.
  2. Adjust the settings on the Repeater:

    Note: You can adjust the time to as high or low as you want in “Time to Run”.
  3. Wire the repeater to the counter (game clock) and make sure the wire settings are set like this:
    Repeater runs task > Decrement counter
  4. Click on the purple + button (Keyboard Shortcut: E), click on “Devices”, click on “Button”, and place one anywhere on the map.
  5. Adjust the settings on the button:

:heavy_check_mark: You’re Finished! Let’s See the Scoreboard System:
Scoreboard System

:spiral_notepad: Notes:

  • You don’t have to have the game clock exactly like mine. You can adjust the time in your map.
  • You can reward teams more than 1 point for each successful goal.
  • You can adjust the scoreboard and the system the way you like it to be.

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Thanks for reading this guide and happy Gimkitting,
@AlvinFun.

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You don’t need to put (completed guide) in the title
If it wasn’t completed, it would have [WIP] in the title

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This is unique, a gimkit guide, mainly as a video! Wouldn’t say this though, would say watch lol.

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Okay. I won’t put “Completed Guide” next time in the title.

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I’ll say this is fairly easy, and a 2/10.

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im with ya this is petty simple in my point of view

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there’s a reason why we don’t do videos on here:
Screenshot 2024-04-18 19.41.48

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Try your personal computer, if you have one. Not your school computer.

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some people don’t have that, so it’s just better to write out guides, if you can

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Okay. But this is my first time doing a video tutorial. I will probably make GKC Video Tutorials and upload them to YouTube, if I want to create my own channel. I’m going to update this guide and give the instructions in word format tomorrow when I get home after school or Monday.

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The video tutorial for this guide has been deleted. You can now only read the steps on this guide in more detail.

@AlvinFun You aware of this???
Looks like they cut off my thumbnail to not mention me or something…

To everybody that doesn't know

This was the thumbnail I made for @AlvinFun

and whoever just cut my thumbnail off.

What?! They did not give me or you permission to use this thumbnail.

I know right!? :unamused::unamused::unamused:
I am trying to report it