Zench created a simple extractor for the GCF format used by TikGames’ Monopoly. Currently the extractor is command line only; a MexCom plugin to extract and repack the format is planned for the future, if support is desired. Usage should be self-explanatory, but if not, ask at the forum. The discussion can be found here, and the tool can be downloaded at this URL.
Archive for October, 2008
This tool is quite old (2003) and basic, but it does the job surprisingly well. ClipMon is a simple Windows tool that will allow you to make screenshots and store them where you want them. I wrote it as some games I wanted to show to other people did not allow screenshots to be made. Just start the tool, set the folder you wish to store the .jpg files in, and click “start monitoring”. In this mode, every time you press [Print screen] a shot of the currently active screen will be saved. Works in many games! And no annoying watermarks! Download: ClipMon 1.1
Just a blast from the past as we show some scans of MultiEx Commander features in hardcopy magazines. You can read up on what the press though about MultiEx Commander in the past. Either Dutch, from the UK, Belgium or Germany, everybody had something to say. Check the Press page for those!
Yep, a minor update of MultiEx Commander is finally released. The version does away with the WIKI based support, fixes some bugs, implements the new version of Jaeder Naub, implements Ben Moench’s Game Extractor plugin and adds some languages. Get it, and be sure to grab the Game Extractor plugins somewhere. Read the previous post to get them! Go to the MultiEx download page to get the new version.
Zench had the fabulous idea of creating a plugin for MultiEx Commander that will allow you to use all Game Extractor formats as well! Game Extractor is written in Java, and in the main .JAR file you will find a lot of Plugin_xxx.class files. You can copy these to Game Extractor’s plugin directory using any good archiver, such as WinRAR. So, you do the following: (more…)
Rheini has partially translated the German-only game Settlers 2: Rise of Cultures into English, via tools he created to decrypt and encrypt its data files. Currently only the basics have been translated, and anyone can help out by translating more. The data files, including the unencrypted versions, can be found at this topic. Discussion on the tools is here.