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is there a way to save your progress if you have to reboot your computer or anything?
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It looks like it does auto save but that its computer specific? When I played on my work computer and then switched to my personal.... then after sleeping checked the work computer and everyone was dead there.... but everyone on my personal was just fine.

4 planets on personal computer
1 planet on work computer

Guess its a good idea to hit pause before sleeping =)

Does your progress get deleted if you clear cache?
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(07-31-2016, 03:09 PM)HaileyCrys Wrote: It looks like it does auto save but that its computer specific? When I played on my work computer and then switched to my personal.... then after sleeping checked the work computer and everyone was dead there.... but everyone on my personal was just fine.

4 planets on personal computer
1 planet on work computer

Guess its a good idea to hit pause before sleeping =)

Does your progress get deleted if you clear cache?

So you are right, the saves are currently computer-specific.  I have not created a way to sync your game between computers yet Undecided

So if you just clear the cache, I do not thing it will reset your game, like on Chrome if you do a "empty cache and hard-reload" of a website.  Now, if you go to settings, clear browsing data, and clear "hosted app data", it might then clear your game, which is saved in the browser's Indexed Database.  

On a couple of my other games, I added the option to export and save your game file to your computer file system, I might add that to My Planet also, for people who want to back up their saves and move them to another computer or mobile device.
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