Everything old is new again

Sometimes you just gotta learn to let go. Make sacrifices. Leave old friends behind. Move on. But other times…


You can load your original X-Com saves once more.

14 thoughts on “Everything old is new again

  1. MontyDrake

    How amazing is that!
    I don’t have any old saves from my original game, but still it’s awesome.

    Good job!

  2. Glory Joe

    Nice, I like this feature, although I don’t know if I wanna go through my rusty old PCs I keep in the basement to find some old saves.

  3. azeale

    My buddy told me I can do this now, because I’ve just been playing with first the utilities mod and then the extender recently. Time to make the move to the modding world!! X-COM vet reporting for duty!

    Now which mods to try.. Y’all got so many of them fuck yeah!!! I’m just gonna go wild here and pick everything that looks like they won’t conflict, just as my older Star Wars mods.

  4. James

    Maybe, but they need to hurry up with Terror. Some of us wanted TFTD from the beginning. UD is good, but I grew up with Lobstermen, not Mutons.

  5. SupSuper Post author

    Just copy the original save to the OpenXcom user folder (assuming you’re using the nightlies).

  6. herpaderpa

    I’ve copied my old saved game files to the OpenXcom save folder, but they aren’t showing up when I run OpenXcom.

    So, what’s the catch?

    OpenXcom is great, but I’d hate to start over now considering how many hours I’ve poured into my old game.

  7. Maximum Troll

    I finally beat the game… on Android! It was a pain in the ass to set up, but only because of the way Kindle HDX handles storage. Thanks for the port, it worked great despite the “experimental” tag. Can’t wait for OpenTerror!

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