Introducing a new score format that favors accuracy over combo!
This format replaces the previous score format which heavily depended on the max combo. In other words, an extremely good playthrough of a map could be ruined just by breaking your combo on a slider or missing one circle. A person with low accuracy but combo would have a higher score than a person with near perfect accuracy but missed one circle in the middle of the map. In a rhythm game, combo shouldn't be the deciding factor on the overall score, but rather the accuracy you have in keeping the rhythm with the music. This is where the new score format comes in. Accuracy now has a significantly higher weight on your score than the combo. A simple breakdown of how scores are displayed in Hexis:single score
: The maximum score you can get on a map is 1 million points and then some for spinner bonuses. The only way to achieve 1 million points is to achieve 100% accuracy.weighted score
: In game (and online, eventually), you will see a different score on the score track and the leaderboard than the single score
that displays on the top right of the playfield and on the results screen. This is your weighted score. It factors beatmap difficulty and selected mods into the single score. This is the score that will be compared with other
Please try the new scoring format. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!