Among Us Settings
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What is an AMOGUS file?
An AMOGUS file is a settings file used by the video game Among Us. It defines various player or game settings. AMOGUS files are plain text files, so you can open them with any text editor to view and edit their contents.
Innersloth Among Us is a popular space-themed social deduction game available for several platforms. Windows and Android Among Us players can easily access the game's AMOGUS files, which store player settings (player.amogus) and general game settings (settings.amogus).
In most cases, players should not modify the data their AMOGUS files contain. Instead, they should change their Among Us settings in-game. However, Windows and Android players who want to view their AMOGUS files can find them in the following locations:
- Windows: ~/YourUserName/AppData/LocalLow/Innersloth/Among Us
- Android: ~/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.innersloth.spacemafia
NOTE: In Windows, if you installed Among Us from Steam or the Microsoft Store, your AMOGUS files may be stored in a different location.
Common AMOGUS Filenames
Player.amogus - Contains player-specific Among Us settings.
Settings.amogus - Contains general Among Us settings.
How to open an AMOGUS file
You can open an AMOGUS file with any text editor (such as Microsoft Notepad or Rhythm Software QuickEdit) to view and edit the settings it contains. However, it's recommended that you adjust your Among Us settings from within the game itself, rather than editing your AMOGUS files.