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Both the Sumo Oyakata and the Domain of the Ancients games provides load and save1 buttons. The data saved is entirely local to your browser and never leaves it in any form.
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Last updated: July 23, 2022 at 19:18 pm
- Sumo provides a save button, Domain of the Ancients doesn't (because it auto saves at the beginning of every turn). ↩