Or just experiment with the URL as given earlier.
Each parameter after the "?" is like a variable.
"original_referer=" is like the URL of your game where it is currently being executed.
You can cheat and have that parameter as :
[quote:13hnqw5h]"https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?original_referer=" & browser.URL &
Where Browser.URL will automatically fill in the URL for you. Beware during your test on local though, the returned URL will likely be "http://localhost".
"&text= My text " & myVariable & "blabla"
The message of the tweet itself and concatenation to add the value of a variable.
That's all that's needed.
If you make your text "&text=MyGame I scored " & myScore & " points" this will send a message directed to the "MyGame" account. It still can be seen publicly, but if MyGame is configured to get notifications it will receive some as the message is tweeted.
Last moderation note: Please don't create multiple topics on the same subject, prefer to keep all your related questions into a single and same topic.
Merging them to reduce forum's noise.