There are some simple things that can be done to make this site run more smoothly for everyone. Please follow these guidelines for posting, and we'll be able to give all of you even better service:
  • Be sure to put the name of the game that you are playing in the title bar of your post.
  • Be as specific as possible--if you just say "I'm having trouble with ------" that doesn't give us much to work with. Outline what you've already done ...
  • PLEASE only use one thread per game for your questions. If you post a question about a game (let's say Echo), then please, put any other questions you have about Echo on that same thread!!! Any more than that and you are pushing other people's threads off the page. Don't worry that your message will be overlooked if it's at the end of a long thread--all the moderators get notification every time someone posts.
  • If you are e-mailing one of the moderators or administrators privately, PLEASE put the word "GameBoomers" in the subject line. We get such a huge volume of e-mail that otherwise your message might be deleted unread.
  • If your e-mail address isn’t accessible through the forum, there is no way we can send you a saved game; that form for creating messages when you don’t want to post your address won’t allow us to send attachments. So if you want a save, you’ll have to give your e-mail address to the moderator—but please, send it privately, don’t post it on the forum and/or the e-mail address will be shown on the member's profile regardless of the member's preference.
  • Please extend common courtesy to other members and help given. It is best to know if the help worked, acknowledgement that it was understood and not put down a help that was given.

  • Find the save in your game folder
  • Right-click on the save
  • On the menu that comes up, put your cursor on “send to”
  • On the next menu, left-click on “mail recipient”
  • You should now have an e-mail with the save as an attachment – just put in the address and send…

  • If you already have a save with the same number as the one you are downloading, move it to the desktop until you have finished
  • In the e-mail, double-click on the little icon in the attachment bar
  • In the box that comes up, be sure "save it to disk" is checked, and click "ok"
  • Now you have the "Save attachment as" box--just put the URL of the place where your game saves are located in the white bar at the top and click "save".
  • For some games an additional file (for example, a .jpg file) will be needed, in addition to the save file…

This is a volunteer forum - help is given freely by our wonderful Moderators and knowledgeable members.

Thank you all.