OpenMex version 0.2 (Alpha 2) released

OpenMex is a tool that can extract (and in the future import) files from a large variety of game archives. Release 0.2 Alpha includes support for 142 games, lots of bugfixes, and more GUI features.

Once again, XeNTaX baffles friend and foe with the second release of the ever growing OpenMex extractor. Well, not really, but this release is pretty cool anyway. We're still calling this an Alpha release because a very important feature (being able to modify archives) is not supported yet.

However, we do support extracting from a couple of new games, including Lock On, Halo (PC demo), and Sacrifice!

Like the last one, this release is Windows only (tested on XP).

We've been able to dig up some old game archives to include in the unit tests, so right now we've been able to test and debug a wider variety of legacy game archives. To see the list, take a look at the release notes:

For more info on OpenMex, visit the homepage at

For more info on MultiEx Commander, visit the MultiEx pages at

XeNTaX forums:

Have fun!

Posted by Dikhoff 2003-11-02

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