The great thing about Windows PC’s is that you can pretty much go anywhere in your system as long as you don’t delete very important things, like the System32 folder, which I did the first time I owned a laptop. For gamers, being able to access your PC files, especially your save files, allows us to back them up. Now I know cloud storage is a thing, but manually backing up saves brings me comfort.
If you want to know the location of your Rogue Tower save, follow this guide.
Where Is The Save Game Location? – Rogue Tower
Finding the save game location is pretty simple. Follow this guide step-by-step and you’ll be able to access your save file.
- Open File Explorer.
- Click on Local Disk C:
- Click on Users.
- Click on the folder with your username on it.
- Click on AppData
- Click on LocalLow
- Click on Die of Death Games
- Click on Rogue Tower
Once inside, you’ll see a text file called Player, which is your save file.
If you don’t see AppData on your PC, don’t worry. It’s normally a hidden folder. Here’s how to unhide the folder so you can access it easily.
- In File Explorer, click on the View tab.
- Click the box next to Hidden Items
Voila, you can now see hidden files and folders, including the AppData folder. I wouldn’t mess around with them though, as some of them are hidden for a reason.
The AppData folder is safe to access as most Steam games keep their save files and in that folder.
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