Genie Games Backup is now free :-)
Genie Software has decided to give away free of charge Genie Games Backup, which was worth $39.95.
Last edited by G; 08-24-2005 at 12:29 PM.
Thanks, G. I will have to give this a try for a BF2 backup.
Not being a gamer, can you test it my behalf so I can get back to the developers.
Anything you would like to see improved can you list for me.
It will get updated every couple of weeks, as with the other Genie backup progs.
Hmm, after installing and reading more about the program, it seems that it will backup games that you already have installed on your computer. I was thinking this would be a program to make a backup of a game CD in order to use it as a virtual drive, something like gamedrive. The plugin idea seems good in order to keep the program up to date with newer games, although I wasn't able to find a plugin for Battlefield 2. Perhaps it is just too new of a game. Also, when I pointed the program at my CD drive to attempt a backup of the BF2 game CD, I got a runtime error.
I will have to try to backup an older game that I have installed.
No, it's not a program to backup a game CD-ROM. It's a backup program to save a gaming session etc.
It still should have worked for games that you have but there is no plug-in for.
I'm sure this will be fixed and the plug-ins for games are being updated constantly by users and Genie alike.
124 game plug-ins available.
Last edited by G; 08-27-2005 at 09:42 AM.
isnt this program kind of pointless? all games have an in game save feature, there are very FEW that actually make you get to a save point or something to save and most of those have a simple .ini tweak or something to allow quicksaves.
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