I've uploaded a set of 4 saves plus the catalog file named dgnames.dat herehttp://www.gameboomers.com/wtcheats/pcDd/DrownGod.zip
It's very small -- between 1.2 and 1.3 KB
I think the saves all have to go as a set, and that you need that dgnames.dat file that goes with the actual saves or they won't show up. I don't think you can mix and match with your previous saves.
The 3rd save is right after the knight puzzle.
The 4th save is shortly after the knight puzzle, after you use the elevator.
That 4th save is only if the 3rd save doesn't work.
I suggest backing up all your saves in case these don't work.
Maybe drag your saves to a folder on your desktop and replace with the ones in the zip file.
Or you can rename to dgsave0.dat.bak, dgsave1.dat.bak, etc. -- whatever way you want to do it to keep your old saves from being overwritten.
User name in the game was Twinkle.
The special number I got at the beginning was 8 -- (in case the game asks for it again).
Since these saves were made in a Windows 95 DOSBox VM the save location was directly in the game folder. If you're using XP the saves may be in your My Documents folder instead. Wherever you find them, you'll want to unzip the DrownGod.zip file (it will probably unzip to a folder with files in it) and copy or move the individual save files from the unzipped folder into wherever your game is putting its saves.
I knew nothing about the developer of Drowned God prior to looking this up.
There's a review over at Mystery Manor that tells more about the game's historyhttp://mysterymanor.net/reviewdrownedgod.htm
The review is from 2004, before the tragic events in the Wikipedia article.