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[Guide] How to make the A.S.S. work for every game

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#1 ortin

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Posted 27 January 2014 - 08:42 PM

nitro's SS any game on the A.S.S. guide


Welcome to my second guide on the Avatar Score Sender (A.S.S.), a userscript written by the programmer w35sl3y. If you haven't experienced the awesomeness of this score sender, I suggest you take a look at my guide on how to use it here. For those of you that have used it, you would know that the score sender only works for specific games (the ones that get you avatars to be exact)  :( However there is a way to make the score sender work for ALL (flash) games! All it takes is a bit of code editing (not too hard, n00b friendly) and an idea of what score and time you want. Let's get to it!
PLEASE NOTE: I am not responsible for any frozen accounts. Standard score sending rules apply. If you're stupid and send an abnormally high score/low time, you can get frozen.
Works for all flash games! (no shockwave though)
Very useful for world challenges/trophy
Scores and times are saved
If you mess up the code, you break the entire program
Not automated
1st section: Navigating to editing the script


2nd section: Editing the script:

That's it. Have fun score sending right in the neopets webpage  :D Special thanks to @Napiform again for helping me and giving me suggestions. Any questions/comments/suggestions please comment below. Thanks for reading!

Edited by nitro, 27 January 2014 - 08:48 PM.

#2 dragonsblood

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Posted 30 January 2014 - 10:09 AM

You're my favorite. :wub:



#3 Dance

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 09:10 AM

Works perfectly, thank you so much for this!

#4 funfunnotfunfun

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Posted 07 March 2014 - 08:18 AM

Nice! Thanks :*

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