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Hi – couldnt find this in any of the stickied threads or other forums – I’ve been playing Protector, and noticed that what I accomplished on one computer (completed stages, skill points, etc.) doesn’t carry over to another computer, even thouggh I’m logged in. Is this a gliltch or a setting I’m not seeing? is game progress cookied?
They’re stored as cookies on your PC. I suppose it could be possible to transfer the cookie to another PC to restore saved data. For example, Super Crazy Guitar’s saves are found in the cookie named “\_\_utmz.”
They’re not actually cookies. Well, flash cookies I suppose. You can usually run a search on your PC for the saves, but most of mine end up being in:
> C:\Documents and Settings\(Whatever Your Name Is)\Application Data\Macromedia\Flash Player\#SharedObjects\USAEPYRZ (I think this is random for everyone) \chat.kongregate.com
So I guess you could save that folder to a flash drive to move it around. I don’t know if this would work as I can’t test it. Enjoy experimenting, nonetheless. The files are tiny!
just how snowflavored said, it will work just put it in the same folder on the other computer. I’m a web designer/developer and do this all the time to play games on multiple computers, you can go a couple folders deep and copy specific games. They are “called” cookies but really they are Shared Objects, they are not stored like normal cookies and aren’t store in the same place either.