Game Extractor

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About Game Extractor

Game Extractor is an advanced archive tool developed primarily to read and write game archives. Archives are large files that store all the images, audio, models, and other files used by games. The archives are typically proprietary formats developed by the gaming companies themselves, and due to this, most programs aren't able to access these files.

This is where Game Extractor comes in - this program can open a huge number of archives from different games, and allow you to read and modify the files within them. The main uses for this are to create game mods, translate games in to other languages, or even just to export files to use as wallpapers or play in a music player.

Game Extractor can extract files from hundreds of games, but also has advanced features such as showing image thumbnails, previews of many different audio and image formats, and can convert images to different formats when extracting. Some archives can also be changed, allowing you to import your own files into the game.

Game Extractor (Basic Version) is totally free, and allows you to open and extract files from all the supported games. You can also purchase the Full Version for only $10, which gives additional features such as the ability to modify and save archives from some games, file previews and thumbnails, and the ability to convert images to different formats when exporting.


Here is a list of some of the features in Game Extractor

  • Reading and writing for over 3300 games.
  • Supports games from many platforms including PC, XBox, PlayStation, and mobile.
  • Extract, replace, and rename files in existing archives.
  • Add and remove files from existing archives, or create new archives from scratch.
  • Previews of common formats including images, audio, and 3D meshes.
  • Convert previews into different formats.
  • Format scanner, for finding files in unknown and unsupported archives.
  • Use MexCom3 scripts to read and write additional archives, or create your own scripts.
  • Hex viewer for displaying information about unknown files.
  • View archive contents as a table, tree, or a list of thumbnail images.


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