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« on: January 25, 2013, 01:43:56 PM »

Custom Save File
Authors: various
Version: 1.0
Type: save file editor
Key Term: Title / Save / Load / GameOver Add-on


this script changes your extension/name to the one you desire


  • have your own custom savefile suchs as "Save.variouss" or anything else you want


screenshots of a save file is kinda boring...


not needed since its only for save files


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add the script in your script database and fill in the extension and filename

Credits and Thanks

  • Various

Author's Notes

i dont know if this is compatible with xp and vx , i dont own xp anymore so if someone tests and it works please tell me
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