NGmedals: a program for various medal statistics.
-Download link (last update: March 11, 2015).
-Installation instructions: download the file and unzip it (get 7-Zip if you don't have a compression program). Go into the NGmedals folder that comes out and run the .bat file there by double-clicking it.
--If you already have Python 3+ installed, you can just download the .py file (link below) and run it from IDLE or command line (use the argument "incmd" if you do the latter).
--I doubt this is compatible with Mac or Linux, so if anyone knows how to work with those feel free to get in touch with me so I can put up compatible versions.
-The program can take a while to run. It will print progress indicators, tell you when it's done, and text files will be output in the same folder.
-Example output file (sorted by number of points the game has, ascending).
-Download program file (so you can install the latest code without going through the whole process again) - save into NGmedals folder, delete the old .py, and rename this one to NGmedals.py. Or just paste the text into the .py, since NG actually displays this one.
--Please don't steal any of my code or post it anywhere else without telling me and giving me credit (I don't see why there would be a reason to anyway). Thanks. A link to this post is sufficient.
-Let me know if you get any errors or have suggestions for things to add or change. I'll work on this when I can and implement suggestions as much as possible. I also still have a lot of my own ideas that I'll work on when I can.
Useful medal information:
Not sure what to say, and if I let myself I'll say too much. I'm a Computer Science major, I do a lot of stuff on the Internet (you can usually search my username and find a lot of stuff; my main alternate name is Viisbyxa/Viisbyax), and I like games and achievements.
Feel free to leave a comment about anything :D
Also, any of my medals that are out of order are from copying over save files from games I played on Kongregate. I don't cheat.
I despise visual editors. Messed up my formatting :(