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Hello guys. I've been trying to beat Adventure at C:, several years after I first played it. I'm having difficulties, but I'd like to try out the stage builder. Would anyone mind uploading their save files?

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Hi,
I don't have a save file, but I kind of have a slight thought process at the moment, it's a bit long winded but there's two points, ideas separated by headings.
Maybe call me too modern, but I actually am starting to have two minds about the whole stage builder unlocking thing.
I wonder if

idea 1: change accomplishments feature: still promoted discovery

In view accomplishments could Aaron add a thing that lets you press a key to cycle between locked and unlocked. That way people have goals to strive for all the time, and Microsoft already does this on their games, even the upcoming Brain Station does this. Cyclepath as well. Thing is when you currently unlock something it doesn't tell you if it's stage builder related or not.
This will allow people to discover things and come up with ideas on what to do next to achieve their next unlockable.

Idea 2: have more unlocked from the start: less discovery, but maybe more stages might get created

I'm wondering if, once the game is beaten, stuff like custom viruses should be unlocked from the start, because stuff like difficulty mod wasn't necessarily a thing I'd think about.

conclusion

The more I think about it, I think the first idea would be awesome because it promotes discovery and always gives people a goal to strive for, because the second idea might not make people play as much and discover as much.
edit: is there possibly a better way to separate out these ideas apart from headings, as I know people use headings to jump from post to post on the forum, including me, haha.

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Check this save file out. It is mine but not actually sure how much complete it is, but as far as I remember it does have the whole game completed. If not let me know and if nobody else sends their saves, I will just complete the game as I thought of replaying it anyways: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2nb9xtzntxbzd … 1.sav?dl=1

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Hi all. wear poot the save file to this game. cant remember.

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IN program data/VG storm/ Adventure at c:

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This isn't mine but I had it anyways. Enjoy.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=726 … 4287378394

When you get it, go into your programdata folder by typing C:\programdata or something like that in the run box accessable with wwin r. Anyways, enjoy.

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Thanks Brandon, will check it out later. Never had any luck with aac, and i’m sure the stage builder will be fun to mess with.

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uh... i cannot find the existing files I had in the program data directory. you sure they are there?

edit: its in a weird! location. had it not been for my back up software it would have been impossible to find it.
C:document and settings:current user/local/virtual store / program data

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@audiogame, that was the one that was marked as cheeter. LOL. I couldn't do anything With it. Roflflflfl

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