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  • ScoreMore, a simple home scoring system

    I have been working for almost a year on a scoring system for home use that is easy to use and works with basic equipment.

    The scoring system is called ScoreMore and works on all three major platforms (Mac, Windows, and Linux).
    Some main features are:
    • Up to 4 players
    • Webcam or keyboard for scoring
    • HCP calculation
    • 6 preloaded background images to choose from (will add possibility to add your own in the future)
    • Edit score if a pin moved out of frame for example
    • Change lane number
    • AM/PM and 24hr clock
    and more!

    The software is currently in BETA and I need beta testers!
    If you want to be a beta tester, you can contact me and tell me how you would like to make ScoreMore better and what operating system you are running.

    My website contains all information, including changelogs of the software:

    I want ScoreMore to be available for free in about one or two months.
    Thanks for reading! I hope this software will make it more fun to have a scoring system to a home bowling lane.


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    Today marks the day of the release of ScoreMore!

    It's completely free so try it out!
    Download will be found on my website, together with more information. Have fun!


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