Game Resource Archive Format Wiki

I like this idea: A game resource archive format (GRAF) Wiki. For the uninitiated, computer games often package much of their essential data– video data, audio clips, music, game maps, etc.– into monolithic archive files. This Wiki is an effort to document as many of those formats as possible. The Wiki was just released but it already boasts 600+ formats. If you see any holes, feel free to contribute.

How is this related to multimedia technology? Games often have FMV data packaged inside of such resource archives. I suspect the Wiki authors contacted me due to my meager (compared to their collection) document describing a handful of GRAFs.

If you are interested in hacking on a resource format that is not listed, check out their Definitive Guide To Exploring File Formats.

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  1. ReofJeomymn

    Just discovered a complete list of all marked down products at Amazon, sorted by category
    and % off, ranging from 50% off to 90% off (thanks Sonja for the effort).

    Actually I never thought Amazon would have articles with 90% off, but only in the category
    Electronics there are more than 3000 of them – look for yourself, the list is on
    Bargain Hunter (which is a blog of a woman who specializes in finding good deals at
    Amazon, like Britain’s “Jeanie”).

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