During each game, points are earned through making chains, combos, clearing Tsums in Fever Mode, your Experience Level, and more. The final calculation is the score. Several factors influence the score and there are some benefits to higher scores.
Factors That Influence Score[edit | edit source]
Chains[edit | edit source]
Connect as many Tsums as possible. The longer the chain, the higher the score.
Combos[edit | edit source]
Consecutive chains without delay in between are called combos. Bigger combos earn a higher score.
Tsums Cleared[edit | edit source]
For every Tsum cleared in a game, the score increases.
Fever Mode[edit | edit source]
During Fever Mode, clearing Tsums earns a higher score.
Each Tsum has a Tsum Level and a Skill Level. The Skill Level does not influence score, although it can enable the ability to earn higher scores. The Tsum Level increases whenever that Tsum is cleared in a game (whether it's the MyTsum or one of the other Tsums). The higher the Tsum Level of all of the Tsums in each game, the higher the score. Tsums that have reached a level cap (symbolized with a padlock on their Tsum Level progress bar) will not gain any extra points to their level until they have been unlocked.
Benefits of High Scores[edit | edit source]
Bingo and Event Missions[edit | edit source]
When completing Bingo Missions or the missions within some Events, a certain score may be required. For example, needing to earn a score of 3.5 million with a Tsum Tsum wearing a hat. Having a variety of Tsums in your collection with high Tsum Levels will help complete this type of mission.
Each Sunday, scores above specific benchmarks and the top three of the Weekly Ranking earn coins as a reward.
Pins[edit | edit source]
Scores of over 5 million and 10 million earn a special pin.