Space Crew – How to Change Currency and Research Points

This guide will show you how to edit your currency and research points.

Guide to Edit Currency and Research Points

All credit goes to Thinkingpotato!

Finding the Folder Containing your Save File

Finding the Save File is similar to that of Bomber Crew.

It is located in the AppData Folder:

C:UsersYOURPCNAMEAppDataLocalLowRunner DuckSpace Crew

If you cannot find the AppData Folder click on the “View” Tab at the Top and click on the “Hidden Items” box.



Finding Your Save File

The folder contents will look something like this:

Look for the file called “SpaceCrew_Main_0.dat”.

If you are worried about losing or somehow messing up your Original Save. Be sure to backup the file up before editing it.

Copy the Folder and Paste it somewhere where you will be able to easily find it again.

Right click your Save file and open it with Notepad or Notepad++. Both work.

Opening the file in regular Note Pad will look like this:

Don’t freak out.

To find your Currency and Research Points press CTRL+F and search for “creditsCurrency” or “researchCurrency”.

Note: It is case sensitive so be sure to search for it in this exact way.

For people using NotePad++ you won’t need to worry about the search words being Case-Sensitive

Opening the file in NotePad++ will look like this:

Editing Currency and Research Points

Once you find and locate either the Currency or Research points you can just add a few extra zeroes or edit the amount to however much you want.

Once you’re done and satisfied with your amount be sure to save it.

This is what I currently have it edited to:

And this is what it looks like in game:

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