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Tales of Androgyny

A game about birds, bees, flowers and trees. · By Majalis

Save Transferring Between Versions

A topic by Skeptix' Spice created Jul 17, 2020 Views: 2,531 Replies: 3
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Hey, just curious as to how I'm supposed to transfer my save data across versions. Really digging the game and love to stay up to date, it's just I hate losing my progress on my "well developed" character(s). Floors open to all of the more experienced individuals out there, thanks in advance!

I'm not sure if there's an easier way, but I just save edit a new game: start a new game, and save it as soon as I'm into the world (try to leave at least 1 skill/talent/magic point unspent). Open up the save file in notepad or something, and change the lines for food, money, skill/talent/magic points, adding a bunch to each, and edit my stat points to truly broken levels (I usually do 7 str so that wolf girls don't rape me, and then like 14 everything else, and end up using a rapier).

Keep in mind, of course, that this DOES break the games back, as far as difficulty is concerned, so only do it if you've played it through a time or two: it's like using cheat codes.


Now I'm not sure if this is true for all game versions, or only for mine(Win 64), but the .toa-data folder holds your profile and save files. So simply copy that folder into the folder of a newer version of the game. It's what I do.


for now, the game retains the same save system in all versions for now. All unlocked achievements, events, and arts are located in the "profile.JSON" file in the ".toa-data" folder. Copy the folder ".toa-data" and paste it in the next version, so all you have to do is look for the latest and that's it, Tales of androgyny 100%.