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How to Save Your Progress in Sakyubasu no Tatakai


How to Save Your Progress in Sakyubasu no Tatakai




Sakyubasu no Tatakai is a series of flash games created by GoRepeat, featuring a succubus named Eve and her quest to reclaim her throne from her sister. The games are known for their challenging gameplay, erotic scenes and dark humor. However, some players may have trouble saving their progress in the games, especially the second one, which has a complex system of souls and runes. In this article, we will explain how to save your progress in Sakyubasu no Tatakai and avoid losing your data.


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The first game, Sakyubasu no Tatakai I, is relatively simple to save. You just need to click on the save button on the main menu or in the pause menu during the game. The game will create a save file in your local storage, which you can access by right-clicking on the game and selecting "Settings". Then, go to the "Local Storage" tab and make sure the slider is set to allow enough space for the game. You can also manually copy the save file from your local storage folder, which is usually located at C:\\Users\\ [your profile name]\\AppData\\Roaming\\Macromedia\\Flash Player\\#SharedObjects\\ [random letters and numbers]\\localhost\\SnT.swf.


The second game, Sakyubasu no Tatakai II, is more complicated to save. The game uses a system of souls and runes, which are collected by defeating enemies and completing missions. Souls are used to upgrade your units and runes are used to equip them with special abilities. However, the game does not automatically save your souls and runes when you exit the game. You need to manually save them by clicking on the "Save Souls" button on the main menu or in the pause menu during the game. The game will create a save file in your local storage, which you can access by right-clicking on the game and selecting "Settings". Then, go to the "Local Storage" tab and make sure the slider is set to allow enough space for the game. You can also manually copy the save file from your local storage folder, which is usually located at C:\\Users\\ [your profile name]\\AppData\\Roaming\\Macromedia\\Flash Player\\#SharedObjects\\ [random letters and numbers]\\localhost\\SnT2vF.swf.


Alternatively, you can use a cheat engine to modify your souls and runes in the game. There are several cheat engines available online, such as Cheat Engine or ArtMoney. You can use them to scan the memory of the game and change the values of your souls and runes. However, this may cause some glitches or errors in the game, so use them at your own risk. You can also download a save file that has nearly infinite souls from some online forums, such as Legend of Krystal or Newgrounds. However, this may spoil some of the fun and challenge of the game, so use them at your own discretion.


In conclusion, saving your progress in Sakyubasu no Tatakai is not very difficult, but it requires some attention and manual intervention. You need to click on the save buttons regularly and make sure you have enough space in your local storage. You can also backup your save files or use cheat engines to modify your souls and runes. However, these methods may affect your enjoyment of the game or cause some problems. We hope this article was helpful and informative for you. Have fun playing Sakyubasu no Tatakai! 0efd9a6b88


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