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June 18th, 2016, 04:37 AM   #1
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Indie Game Studio in need of your help with the scoring

Hi everyone we are new to the forums here. We need the awesome community here at Math Forum to help us with an issue we are facing with our game.
We are making a movie making game, the player will have the ability to choose a genre, 2 sets for the movie and 1 actor and 1 actress. Each and every element listed will cost the player a certain amount of coins. We are scoring the player by calculating the best combination they have all the sets, actors and the actresses have been assigned which the most ideal genre is and what is the worst. So we need your help to derive a formula which rewards the player more coins if the combinations they have chosen are great and the same formula should be able to give back 70-80% of coins the player has invested if the player has chosen the worst combination. The profits for all the mid range quality movies should give the player a little bit of reward.
I have attached images of the spreadsheets which will give you a good idea of how the scoring works. We would really appreciate it if you can help us.
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