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Stevenel
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Football Manager Portable

Hi everyoe,
I'm a really big fan of Football Manager, and i would make this game portable on a USB key or USB 3.0 flash disk for some reasons :
- Playing it on my different devices (3 different computers) and get my saves in one same place. That's very anoying saving saves on a USB to put them in another computer each time you change computer !
- Playing it on my work computer that is controled by my society. I can't install any application without their consent.

I've bought the game legally on Steam.
I read that Steam applications could be installed on portable devices if it doesn't need Steam to open.
Football Manager is one of them i think. I could play it with Steam OffLine for example.

Do you think it would work with the PortableApp application, to make what i want ?
If you have any advice, i'm interested.

Thanks for your answer Smile

Stevenel
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UP !

UP ! Smile
Someone to give me some help and feedbacks ?
Thanks

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It might be possible, but not much we can do

Just because a game works while Steam is in offline mode doesn't mean it works without Steam. The only way to test it would be to copy the files to a computer that doesn't have Steam installed. If it works without Steam it probably can be made portable.

But beyond that we can really only help you with the general concepts of portability using our Launcher. The game isn't open source, it isn't freeware with a permissive license, and we don't have permission to repackage it, so anything we provide you to make it portable would be against the terms of the game's license.

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Okay, i understand and i'm

Okay, i understand and i'm sorry for this.
I didn't know that was against the terms of the license.
Have a good day Wink

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