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I'm making a platformer, that is meant for
desktop. I have come to the part where i need to know,
how do i make a game saving system for desktop game?
Please help me! <img src="smileys/smiley11.gif" border="0" align="middle" />
I need it to be offline.
SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!!
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WebStorage is offline.
Is it usable on desktop stand alone game? You know, with the exe file.
Yeah , Awesomium is Just Offline Chrome ...
I've been playing around with this fairly extensively and, indeed, WebStorage is the way to go. It even works with CocoonJS - after rebooting the phone, clearing web cache, redownloading the application - whatever you want, the data is still there.
Wait, so can awesomium create exe apps? :-/
Awesomium support has been dropped in favour of Node-Webkit.
Node-Webkit allows to create executable for windows, mac and even Linux (experimental) and can be tried in r116 and requires a Construct 2 license.
And webstorage does work in Node-webkit the same way it does in browsers and apparently cocoonJS.
Kyatric, do you know where exactly Node-webkit (and CocoonJS, for that matter) stores its WebStorage data? It's not in the exe's folder, that's for sure.
EDIT: Or, wait, I think I found it: OS:\Users\"Username"\AppData\Local\"AppName"\Local Storage