- These files are located within the game’s folder, and you may need to explore subfolders.
- Some game engines have specific extensions for their save games.
- Note that the guidance on these file extensions is not absolute; some game developers may alter file extensions (for example, in the case of the game Omori). Additionally, some game engines may package files into a single large bundle combined with the game executable.
- This list is solely for identifying the game engine; these file extensions can’t be directly opened by Translator++.
Here is a list of file extensions specific to that game engine.
Or you can check it on the spreadsheet link below.