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[v1.4] CLazy Runner Action – Running character action animation pack for Unity and Unreal Engine

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While looking for a beat ’em up game development tutorial, AppNee was surprised to discover CLazy Runner Action, this running character action animations asset pack for both Unity and Unreal Engine developed by CLazy Animation, which can be used to develop parkour and action games. On Unity, it’s called Runner Action Animation Pack, while on Unreal Engine its name is CLazy Runner Action Pack.

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Noesis – View and extract models and animations from 3D games

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Noesis is a very powerful and easy to use universal game data unpacking tool, created and maintained by Rich Whitehouse. It is mainly used to preview, convert and extract/export (reverse engineer) all kinds of 3D resources/assets from PC and video games, and considered to be one of the must-have tools for making game MODs (Ninja Ripper is another).

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Telltale Music Extractor – Quick and easy Telltale Games’ soundtrack extractor

First of all, not all of the wonderful music you heard can be bought or downloaded from somewhere. Then, if I said the background music of a lot of games (especially the ones categorized in adventure type) are really awesome, I think most game players will agree. So how to get them out from games for direct play or collection? This case, third-party tools are almost always required, and of which, a game audio extractor is preferred. As for recording game music, that’s just a remedy way.

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