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.SCS File Extension

File Type 1SimCity Societies Saved Game File

DeveloperElectronic Arts
Popularity
4.2 (90 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

What is an SCS file?

An SCS file is a saved game file created by SimCity Societies or SimCity Societies Destinations, two related games that allow players to create and simulate their own cities and societies. It contains a city created during gameplay. SCS files are used for saving cities and sharing game states with friends.

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SCS files are typically saved in the following directory:

My Documents\Simcity Societies\User Data\[playername]\Save Games

NOTE: SCS files are saved with two corresponding .TGA files, <savename>MiniMapBG.tga and <savename>.tga. The TGA files are not necessary to load a saved game, but no mini map preview is available without them.

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Programs that open SCS files
Updated 10/12/2018

File Type 2Prism3D Game Data File

DeveloperSCS Software
Popularity
4.0 (25 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

.SCS File Association 2

Data file used by video games developed with SCS Software's Prism3D technology, including some Deer Hunter games; contains game data, such as 3D models, audio, scripts, missions, maps, and other assets; used as a container for bundling resources into a finished game.

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SCS files can be unpacked into their underlying files and folders using WinRAR. They may also be re-packaged with WinRAR. Some gamers use this as a means to modify game content.

NOTE: SCS files are stored in an uncompressed format and are typically very large in size.

Programs that open SCS files
Updated 9/16/2014

About SCS Files

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