A new service has been launched that could help gamers keep  their progress in a game safe in the cloud.

The Razer Game Booster has a new feature that automatically saves game data and settings to the cloud for thousands of titles.

In its beta version, Razer Game Booster´s Save Game Manager will back up a user´s game progress to Dropbox. Other cloud storage services will be enabled in the program’s full release.

Save Game Manager is compatible for games with local save files and it supports fully automated backup services for more than 2,000 titles. The list of supported games can be continuously updated by Razer´s software engineering team as new titles are released and users may manually add games, ensuring that every supported game works with the Save Game Manager.

“We continually work to enhance the gaming experience for our Community,” said Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director. “There are few things that take the fun out of gaming more than lost game progress or disappearing settings. It is our hope to rid the world of such frustrations and help make sure that losing game info never happens again.”

Razer´s free Game Booster software is a simple to use game launcher with performance enhancing utilities, saved game backup and screen capture tools.

The Save Game Manager feature Automatically backs up save game files onto your favourite cloud storage services whenever your progress is saved. After all, lost save games don´t re-spawn.

It also keeps your game settings in the cloud, so you won’t have to memorize resolutions, anti-aliasing multipliers or anisotropic filtering definitions any more and syncs as many save game files as you want for safekeeping, free of charge.

The feature is part of the firm’s Game Booster that helps boost game performance by automatically shutting off unnecessary processes and applications when you’re gaming, and resuming them when you´re done.

For more information on Razer Game Booster and its many included features, please visit www.razerzone.com/gamebooster/.