The 88th Academy Awards, hosted by Chris Rock, air Feb. 28 on ABC

By Chancellor Agard
Updated December 23, 2015 12:20 PM
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The Oscars‘ new social media games poses one important question: How was your movie year?

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences launched a new game called "My Movie Year," where players receive points for every movie they’ve watched this year.

The game pits you against your friends and other participants around the world. After you select every movie you’ve seen, your score is calculated and it also reveals how you stack up against movie fans in your city, country and age.

It’s a great way to reflect on the movies you’ve seen this year and to remind yourself of buzzy movies you haven’t seen yet – think Brooklyn or Dope.

“My Movie Year” will be available throughout the Oscar season and you’ll receive bonus points for seeing eventual Oscar-nominated films before the awards ceremony.

The Academy also released a video thanking fans for making 2015 “a record-breaking year for movies.”

The 88th Academy Awards, hosted by Chris Rock, airs live on Feb. 28 from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on ABC.