n. In a computer game, a list of the enemies that a player has killed.
Plenty of online games emphasise the slaying of other players, many going so far as to include killboards allowing blood-thirsty junkies to tally and compare their kill ratios.
—“The power is yours!,” The Straits Times (Singapore), January 30, 2007
The Rec Room features the familiar killboard, which lists current kills for all Midway squadrons.
—Thierry Nguyen, “Wing Commander Prophecy,” Computer Gaming World, February 23, 1998
1997 (earliest)
But after three bomb runs that scored enough to get me somewhere in the top ten bomber scores on killboard, I defected to Az and made life merry hell for the two yahoos flying bombers.
—Brian Nolan, “FR Lorea?,”, February 05, 1997