Hi. I was thinking about workarounds to use a database or cloud saves (not supported in C3) and thought about using a "hidden" leaderboards to save some values like unlocks, currency etc. But it seems if you submit a highscore only the liwest/highest value is stored and not the last one. Did anyone try this and know if this works?
Maybe with tags? Do highscore tags update only if the new submitted score is higher than before? Is there a way to force a update to set a value regardless if it's higher or lower? 🤔
A leaderboard is for leaderboards so I doubt it. Try firebase/AJAX/iirc there is also a google docs implementation or something like that.
Thanks. If possible I want to use built in plugins like Ajax.
I searched tutorials and Google to submit data to Google sheets but could not find anything yet.
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Leaderboards only store a single numerical value per user as far as I'm aware, and it has to increment... With some bitwise abuse you could store a single 21 bit value, and save up to 4 billion times. While it's a fun abuse of the leaderboard system I really don't recommend this... For many reasons.
You probably want something like firebase: cloud firestore. Allows you to store and query application data from iOS, Android or the web. I've heard a few people talking about it on the forums before, not sure if there's a third party plugin going around for it or not.
And here's a google sheets tutorial