Miniclip Ranking, Reputation and more!

Last month we rolled out some brand new features on Miniclip, including Friends, an Activity Feed and plenty more. You can read about those changes here – but scroll down to check out what else is coming to the site in the near future!

Miniclip Ranking

Ranking is your way to show off your Miniclip skills to the rest of the world. You can increase your rank by earning experience points, which you get from winning awards in Miniclip games.

Win awards to earn XP, and rise up the world and country rankings.

Win awards to earn XP, and rise up the world and country rankings.

The orange bar fills up based on how much XP you win on Miniclip. The number on the left is the amount of XP you currently have, and the number on the right is the amount of XP you need to reach the next level. Each award grants the same amount of XP.

You can see your level and badge on the left – each level has its own unique badge. Keep levelling up to unlock new badges to show off your status to your friends!

Underneath this, you can see your Ranking vs the rest of the world, and your Country Ranking. Your Rank is your rank against every other Miniclip player in the world – the lower the number, the higher up the list you are! Country Ranking works in the same way, except it shows your rank against players from your country rather than the whole world. Can you be the best in your country, and the best in the world?

Reputation

Reputation works in a similar way to Ranking, but with one big difference: you increase your level not through playing games, but based on your reputation on Miniclip. You give reputation points by heading to another player’s profile page and clicking on the thumbs-up button.

Get a thumbs-up from your friends to earn Reputation points!

Get a thumbs-up from your friends to earn Reputation points!

As with Ranking, your Reputation points add up to different levels, with each one having a different title.

So you earn Reputation points by getting thumbs-up from other players – but you can also earn them by inviting others to join you on Miniclip. The friends you invite just need to register and you’ll get a boost to your Reputation.

You can only like another player once – the thumbs-up button won’t be visible if you’ve already given some reputation points to that player.

See when your friends are online

You probably already know that we launched a new Friends feature a little while ago, letting you add players as Friends and see what games they’re playing and what awards they’re winning. Our latest feature lets you see which friends are online at the same time as you, and what they’re playing right then and there.

You can see which of your friends are online by clicking on this icon at the top.

You can see which of your friends are online by clicking on this icon at the top.

Are your friends playing something you’ve never heard of? Go and check it out! Or are they playing a multiplayer game like 8 Ball Pool? Head over there and see if they want to play you!

You’ll never miss when a friend comes online – not only is there a section for it in the top corner, but you’ll also get a small pop-up whenever one of your friends signs into Miniclip.

You'll never miss when a friend comes online with these new pop-ups!

You’ll never miss when a friend comes online with these new pop-ups!

These new features will be out on Miniclip real soon! As always, we’d love your feedback on these changes – just leave a comment to tell us what you think.

20 replies

  1. It is good to see all the younger players (16 Yrs. and under). However there are many of us old farts (100 Yrs. and under. Please add some timely material that attracts us all. And a hello to my old friend Darkside.

  2. Want another reason this is called 8 ball? Take the 1 ball, a yellow spot. Add 8 and you have a 9 ball with a yellow stripe. Now the red 2 ball spot. Add 8 and you have 10 ball with a red stripe. So on and so on.

  3. At first I was glad to see the leagues as an improvement. After reading further I see ONLY the top (3) receive prizes. Of course they can afford the high stakes games and get BILLIONs of coins as prizes. I thought mini clip would ay least throw the lower ones a bone. Again only the VERY RICH can afford to buy mega coins and bucks. Ben, can someone speak up for the little guys and gals?

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