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Talk:Cavern Zone

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Maximum score?

So, where is this maximum score data coming from? It's not in the actual game, so how are these scores being determined? Also, on a slightly more nitpicking note, shouldn't the maximum score be a single definite number instead of a possible range? --RiverAura 05:32, 19 December 2010 (UTC)

Someone was testing the game and recorded the maximum score they got. Though honestly with Bastiodon's game, the maximum score is always 99,999. It'd be difficult to accomplish, but completely possible. Jo the Marten ಠ_ಠ 05:46, 19 December 2010 (UTC)
It should definitely be a specific number, or else explained how it can be a range. For the 99,999 scores, it's very possible to get up that high with some Pokémon. Once you do, no matter what you try, your score doesn't go higher. I'm sure someone will hack the code and confirm, but for all practical purposes, that's the max. ʝɑzzmotɦ ❝❞ 08:24, 19 December 2010 (UTC)
With the smaller Pokémon, it's practically impossible to get 99,999 points, unless hacks are used. The ball goes too fast for them to get to in time, even if you continuously go to the middle right after hitting it. As for the range of scores, it depends on the skill-level of the person. I don't consider myself to be the "best" at this game so I set the maximum score about 5-10,000 points above my best since it is likely someone is able to go a bit longer than I did. OnixPachirisu 20:48, 19 December 2010 (UTC)