Quoted from jasino313:
Has anyone performed an audit, to check the average score on their GB?
I think mine is hovering around 25 to 30 million.
My machine tends to be played by non-pinheads, and even my own scores tend to be fairly low. I've currently adjust the settings to be "slightly" easier than factory. But I don't want it to be too easy.
If you guys tell me that 25 to 30 million (average) is a little high, that will tell me that I probably made my game a little too easy.
I think that is a low average. That is basically finishing who brought the dog. But that might be the perfect spot for you. But I would not be concerned that your game is too easy.
My averages were around 150M last time I checked. When I set a target score for a recent pinbowling event it was at 88M, and that seemed reasonable for the experienced tournament players to get on 2 balls, or one it you got things going early. Of course for the people in there first tournament it was very high.
Note that average is not a great measure, it is skewed by the multi billion scores. Median would be better, but approximate median would be more work to program. That said, the system should have the storage and processing power required. There are several online algorithms with good guarantees that could be added to the audits. While I am making comments mostly in case Dwight is reading this, I also think the score histogram should be moved for GB and probably GOT. 150+ is a really big bucket.