.RDSAVE File Extension

Rhythm Doctor Data File

Developer 7th Beat Games
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What is an RDSAVE file?

An RDSAVE file is a data file used by 7th Beat Games Rhythm Doctor, a rhythm-based video game. It stores data in a JSON-like format with names and values separated by colons (:). RDSAVE files may contain settings about the game (e.g., settings.rdsave) or game save information (e.g., slot0.rdsave).

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Screenshot of a .rdsave file in Microsoft Notepad 11
RDSAVE file open in Microsoft Notepad 11

Rhythm Doctor is a game where players must heal patients by matching rhythmic heartbeats to move up levels and defeat boss viruses. The game typically includes four RDSAVE files: one RDSAVE settings file and three RDSAVE game save files.

As you move through levels, you can save your progress in one of three save slots as slot0.rdsave, slot1.rdsave, and slot2.rdsave files. RDSAVE files storing saved game progress contain completed levels, rankings, and other related information.

If the RDSAVE file stores settings (settings.rdsave), it contains information that configures the game. Examples of data include the game version, volume for music and sound effects, and game resolution.

Common RDSAVE Filenames

settings.rdsave - Stores settings for the game.

slot[number].rdsave - Stores saved game information. The slot number is 0, 1, or 2.

How to open an RDSAVE file

You should not attempt to open RDSAVE files. Instead, 7th Beat Games Rhythm Doctor references RDSAVE files and loads their information.

Since RDSAVE files are saved in plain text, you can open them with a text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad (Windows) or Apple TextEdit (macOS). However, incorrectly editing the file may corrupt the save file.

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