Welcome to Space Tag, by Jeffrey Rosenthal. See the large, medium, or small version. New players should first read the instructions.

SPACETAG HIGH-SCORE LIST

(Since December 2002. Only shows the two highest scores of each player/team.)

  1. Jeffrey Rosenthal, 2004-01-13; score = 166 (Caught by police [at space station] on level 5.)
  2. Emile LeBlanc, 2004-02-08; score = 159
  3. Jeffrey Rosenthal and Emile LeBlanc, 2004-01-07; score = 154 (Caught by police on level 5.)
  4. Jeffrey Rosenthal and Emile LeBlanc, 2003-08-20; score = 142
  5. Jeffrey Rosenthal, 2004-01-11; score = 131
  6. David London, 2003-03-31; score = 126
  7. David London, 2003-04-01; score = 117
  8. Michael Biggs, 2004-08-18; score = 99 (Caught by police on level 2.)
  9. Michael Biggs, 2004-08-17; score = 85 (Caught by police on level 2.)
  10. Emile LeBlanc, 2004-01-10; score = 69
  11. Paul Karapanagiotidis, 2011-03-14; score = 63
  12. Jonathan Shen, 2008-07-27; score = 58 (Shot by renegade on level 2.)
  13. Aaron Trainor, 2008-05-04; score = 55 (Shot by renegade on level 2.)
  14. Bill Dripps, 2008-08-14; score = 54 (Shot by renegade on level 3.)
  15. Paul Karapanagiotidis, 2011-03-13; score = 50


How it works: If you play the game and score 50 points or more (without ever using "easy mode"), then when the game ends, a secret code will appear at the bottom of the applet. To be added to this list, e-mail that code to the address indicated, together with your name and your score and the date your game ended.

CASH PRIZE! (2003-12-14) As an added incentive, I hereby offer a cash prize of Cdn $30 to new players who make the high-score list, i.e. who score at least 50 points in spacetag as described above. (If multiple new players make the list working as a team, then they can share the prize.) So get playing!! [This offer may be terminated at any time without warning, though I have no plans to do so.]

Any comments or questions are welcome.