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I want to copy Titan Souls to a pc, which doesn't have internet (but have the same OS). I copied the game folder from Program Files, and wanted to copy save folder from c:\Users\MyUser\AppData\Roaming\ but couldn't find it there.

The game works, and even has the save slot, but when I load the save slot I start from the very begging. Also that save slot says "2 bosses killed", while the only save slot on the main PC said "6 bosses killed". This is strage, but clearly I still need to find the save file. Where it is?

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Inside the game folder in \data\SAVE\.

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  • Thanks for the link, but this is definetly not the case for me. There is a folder like this, but it is not updated when I progress in the game, nor content, nor the time stamp. – klm123 Feb 5 '17 at 12:12
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    @klm123: An easy way to find out, which I use all the time, is to use the Everything search program which is at voidtools.com - the fact that Googling "everything" gives this as the first hit says something. It indexes the names of the files and folders on your disks - which takes only a few seconds even if it's millions of files - and anything you type in it will instantly give you a list of results. Since you already know what file to look for, enter its name, sort by change-date. :) – Dreamspace President Feb 5 '17 at 12:16
  • @DreamspacePresident, I don't know what file to look for. In \data\SAVE\ there is file 0.txt, i've searched for it, and there is no other file with this name on my computer. The same for "Titan" keyword - it gives only the folder in the Program Files. – klm123 Feb 5 '17 at 12:32
  • I've tried to search by "date changed" and found nothing. I guess something is very wrong with my system. So I just accept this answer. – klm123 Feb 5 '17 at 12:52
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    @DreamspacePresident: They are config files, not save files, but I would certainly backup them as well. – user598527 Feb 6 '17 at 9:07

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