you mean after export and publishing? no.
however, you can upload a capx file when you publish your game, which is essentially the editor file, so you or others can go in at a later point and update graphics or edit programming....
...after youve published a file, if youve saved it, you can edit it and update the file on record scirra, updating your game on the arcade, but im pretty sure once its exported and published its as is. ive had pcs crashed and asked if i could reclaim a game from a file and they pretty much said to just remake it.
No no no no no no.... I think you misunderstand my friend.
Maybe I am not being clear.
When I say project file .... there are actually things within a C3 project file called project files ..... yes it is confusing
So to elaborate . Currently I have json array data (enemy patterns) generated by the editor part of the game.
Which I basically copy and paste back into my construct project so they can be used by the game part of the game
But... now, in C3 , I can actually store these arrays directly in the project as "separate" array files
I was wondering if I could also actually write to them directly from the running game. (which would be insane so I dont think possible)
its basically like a dog eating his own poo... (sort off .. well not really.. but im leaving this line in..)
ps. sorry to hear about your game.
backup, backup, backup, every time you make a couple of changes that work back da fu* up (in separate places hd/ssd+ flash + cloud)
another the cool thing about C3 is that the backups can run in the background while you work. With C2 every time it went into auto-save backup you had to wait 10 minutes while it did its thing. It always happened just as I woke up and started to do something which was going to be amazing.... by the time the backup had finished I had forgot what it was .. totally amazing games have been lost for ever because of that.....