Ancient Frontier

Ancient Frontier

Ancient Frontier - Patch 1.14

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SpiralRazor Sep 22 @ 8:42am 
Modern unity games dont save to the registry though....
PennyReviews Sep 18 @ 1:43pm 
Thank you for continuing to support this game. It is great that you continue to kick out new content and bug fixes.
WollieG Sep 18 @ 8:03am 
Of course you can change it if you wanted to, i do not make games, I write programs and you can change it. You could change it so that new games save in new way (in a folder), so you phase it out.
This was also discused with you multiple times, you keep on bringing up this excuse that you cannot and its set in stone, when its not.
Not one of my programs I have created in the last 20 years have EVER saved to registry. You can change it, its you that do not want to and let the user take the risk with a corrupt registry because of your saving system.
FairWeatherStudios  [developer] Sep 18 @ 7:30am 
I am sorry you feel that way. We have worked very hard to try and respond to everyone, from addressing bugs to getting the game to run on a wider variety of systems, to releasing multiple content updates to improve and flesh out the game.

We cannot change the save system of a released game without ruining the saves of all our current players, so this is not an option. Even games that save some data to an external folder still save other data to the registry. Even windows automatically is saving data to the registy as you use applications. The only question is whether some of the data is split out into an externally available folder. As this is already a launched product that is not a change that can be made.
WollieG Sep 18 @ 7:13am 
@ FairWeatherStudios, no the others do not, they write their own save structure and save in a folder, not in registry. Many people have addressed this with you multiple times as well and you refuse to listen. You treat customers and potential customers like crap and talk to them like crap. Stop writing and saving to registry. Why is it so difficult to just write to a folder and save there like 99.9% other games do?
FairWeatherStudios  [developer] Sep 18 @ 7:09am 
We use Unity's default save system, which as far as I know has never had a problem. We are no different from thousands of Unity games already on PC. We have addressed this multiple times.
WollieG Sep 18 @ 3:29am 
Still saving to registry i see, you should warn and tell your clients and potential clients where you save. Because when their registry corrupts etc and they have to reload windows, they will not know why because they would never suspect this game saving to the registry.
Sober Mans Secret Sep 17 @ 8:56am 
Great work. I'm a real fan of this game. Keep up the good work :steamhappy: