I started playing Templar Battleforce in the summer on my chromebook. I took the decision to play with Chrome developper mode and at one point I had to powerwash my machine. So all data was erased (as expected) and when identifying myself with my google accounts all my applications were automatically re-installed. At this point I noticed that my save games for Templar Battleforce were gone. Too bad, but entirely my fault.
I read the message about the difficulty of saving the game onto Google Drive because it would require some specific permission, and I thought that it is reasonable and that I would be careful not to powerwash my machine again.
So I began playing again from scratch. And today, my computer encountered an unknown issue and triggered a powerwash by itself. So I have lost again my saved games.
It would be nice if we could have a small function to be able to copy save games to an alternate location, for example download and to be able to restore them for there. I would deal myself with the copy towards Google Drive for example. Or any other way that would make possible to have backup of the save games.
wirbowsky I'm not familiar with the Chromebook OS. Do you have access to the root folders or is it like most phone/tablet versions of Android where root access is locked? If you have root access, you can manually copy and replace the saved game folders, I think they're in a folder /data/data/com.tresebrothers.****/assets **** will be something to do with the name of the particular game, in this case battleforce. IIRC you can only copy and replace the whole assets folder not individual saved games.
Thanks to all for your kind replies. Actually on Chrome OS you can install application from the Google play store. The latest update of the OS allows to see "Play files" using the file explorer but it does not fully matches what is expected on an Android phone. I can see /android/data/com.amazon.kindle for example but strangely I cannot see com.tresebrothers.
If the files are visible on Android and not on Chrome OS, do not bother I think that this is a niche case and not worth investigating.