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Gamesave Manager: the Ultimate Save Point

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One of the few drawbacks of gaming on the PC is that save data are not easily transferable – the files are scattered in different folders and don’t always have the same format, so hunting them one by one can be inconvenient. Even if you don’t play your games on multiple computers, it’s still a good idea to back up your save data. That’s where GameSave Manager comes in. It works with a ton of games (460 titles at the moment), supports scheduled backups and even gives you the option of compressing and encrypting save data.

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Even if your game or program is not officially supported, you can add it to the backup list using the “Custom GameSave” feature. One downside to GameSave Manager is that it only works on Windows; I’m not sure if you can port it to Linux or Mac using WINE, or if there’s any sense in doing so.

You can download GameSave Manager at its official website for free.  As RPG gamers say: Remember to save, and save often… and save your saves, and save your saves often.

[via Download Squad]







Comments (1):

  1. Kelly says:

    All game developers should do what Blizzard does. All files required to play the game are located within one single directory.
    Example, All the files required to play World of Warcraft are inside the World of Warcraft folder.
    This means that you can load the game onto an external USB hard drive and take your game with you and play on any PC capable of running the game. The only issue would be security – keyloggers getting your account info. However, account info stealing can be thwarted by means of the digital authenticator that Blizzard sells as an added security measure.

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