Record Book - Help


Coco types on her laptop.How do I submit records?

Simple: just create an account if you haven't already done so, log in and choose "Submit records!"

What if I already have a record in a certain level? How can I replace it?

All you have to do is add your new record and it will replace the old one automatically.

Are there any prizes?

There are no physical prizes, but you get a digital Record Tag that you can personalize it to show off your score to everyone. It's a neat way to keep track of your achievements and let your friends know about your records. You can find it in "My Record Tag".

How do points work?

Every record you submit gives you points. Your total score is determined by how well you do in each level, as well as your current rank in that level. This means your score can decrease if someone beats one of your records, so stay on your toes!

What exactly are regions, and why are they relevant?

Depending on where you live, your games will either be in NTSC or PAL format. Skipping over the boring details, it matters knowing that games vary slightly between regions, and this often affects records.

If you live in the United States of America or Canada, you should have the NTSC version. In most other English-speaking countries and Europe, the PAL version is what you get. This isn't always the case, so the best way to know your format is by looking at the box of one of your games.

Look for the "NTSC" or "PAL" indication on the front cover below the console logo. If it's not there (like in the Game Boy Advance games), look for a content rating that says "ESRB" — if you can find it, you're a NTSC player. Click here to see an example.

Can I submit records from multiple regions for the same game?

No. Most people only have a single version of each game, so this wouldn't be fair to your fellow competitors. Inflating your score like this is essentially cheating.

Do I have to submit evidence of my records?

Whenever one of your records is too awesome, you'll be asked to upload a photo of your screen showing the record, as well the level it was set on (usually a picture of a Warp Room or high score table. Click here to see an example).

The quality of your photo doesn't need to be high, but it must show your TV set, handheld console, or phone (and, preferably, nothing else) running an original copy of the game. Any other type of screen (such as a computer monitor) will disqualify your record.

Can I use an emulator or pirated copy of a game?

Nope!


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