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Since: 08-09-16
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Posted on 06-21-17 01:21:13 AM Link | Quote
So, something I've been wanting to do for a while is extract the sprites from the 3D Pinball game provided with earlier versions of Microsoft Windows.

So far, all I've determined is that the graphics are stored as 8bpp indexed images in pinball.dat and font.dat
pinball.dat seems to have some identifiers for the individual sections, but I cannot find the palettes, or any information that determines the size of a section, or the width/height of a given image.

I also plan to extract from the demo/prototype versions. From my observation, the file format is pretty much, exactly the same. (minus some filenames are different)

Anyone able to help?

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