Our gaming scripts are communutity based driven to enhance on-line game play for some of the most popular Facebook games on the internet such as Zynga's Mafia Wars.
There are over 20 million active monthly players for Mafia Wars and our gaming scripts allow users to automate certain aspects of game play - mainly being clicking for them.
The truth of the matter is simple, once a user reaches a certain level in game play it becomes nearly impossible to keep up with all aspects of managing their character. At a very high level of play a non-automated strategy would need some 10,000 clicks to complete a level. And who has the time to click 10,000 times not least run the risk of Carpal tunnel syndrome?
That's where we come in, we code gaming scripts to do the boring and repetivie parts of a game leaving the player to concentrate on game strategy. Our community portal web site, PlayerScripts, is at the forefront of development our scripts with highly proffesional coders and volunteers from around the globe.
Scripts are invisible to the visitor's eye but their availability within the code of a website defines how the website behaves in response to certain click requests sent by the user.
Apart from the World Wide Web, scripts are also used for the automation of processes on a local computer. All in all, scripts have contributed a lot to making the web such a usable and flexibility driven environment as we are used to seeing it today.Each script represents a text document containing a list of instructions that need to be executed by a certain program or scripting manager so that the desired automated action could be achieved. This will prevent users from having to go through many complicated steps in order to reach certain results while browsing a website or working on their personal computers. The text nature of the scripts allows them to be opened and edited with the help of a basic text editor.
When scripting languages found their way to the Internet world, they were divided into two parts – Client side scripting and Server side scripting.
Client side scripting languages are scripts, which are executed in the client's browser. Some of the most popular are: HTML; CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), which allows style metainformation to be separated from the content; XML, which is generally used just for data storage purposes but with CSS can be used instead of HTML; and Java scripts, also known as EMACS.
The important thing about such scripts is that their source code is visible to everyone – they simply have to use the "View source" function of their web browser. This has helped a lot of novice programmers in their first steps and is a great way to learn the basics of client-side scripting.