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Whenever I play TankBall 2, I can't help but notice the mysterious numbers at the top left of the screen...

Bold. Stylish. Different. Plato's ideal form of the game interface.

I figured out pretty quickly that the red bar with the time in it represents the amount of time remaining in the game, but I can't make heads or tails of the numbers above it. How should I read this interface?

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The blue numbers indicate your own offensive performance:

Hits (points) / Kills

The red numbers indicate your own defensive performance:

Times hit / Deaths

The red bar indicates your current health, and the numbers inside of it indicate how much time is left in the current game.

Also, the large tank icon, when clicked, will open up the team selection menu. The grey arrow down by the chat will also open this menu when clicked.

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Perhaps it's the amount of hits you have taken and the amount of times you have died? That's the best guess I have. – Mana Oct 9 '11 at 19:51
That sounds like a good idea. I'll find out. – GnomeSlice Oct 9 '11 at 19:52

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