Score pads allow players to track complex scoring mechanisms as well as deduction throughout a game. Examples of games that use score pads are Roll Through The Ages, Yahtzee, and Clue. However, when you think about it, a character sheet in a role playing game is really nothing more than a score sheet. Instead of scoring the game you're keeping track of the accounting of your character.
The Game Crafter can make score pads in several sizes, (Large, Medium, and Small), and game designers can choose how many pages are in each pad. (40, 60, 80, or 100 pages). Sheets are printed double-sided, and each side is considered a "page" in the score pad. Score pads are 0.005 inches thick per sheet and have a card stock back which is 0.012 inches thick. Therefore, a score pad with 40 pages would be 0.112 inches thick and a score pad with 100 pages would be 0.262 inches thick.