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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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Minetest – Free and open-source voxel game engine

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When you first launched Minetest, didn’t you think it was just Minecraft? Actually not. Although their interface, style, and gameplay are almost the same, Minetest is essentially a free, open-source and cross-platform voxel game engine (written in C++ and Lua, using the Irrlicht Engine). It was created by Perttu Ahola and first released in 2010, and is now developed by a team of volunteers, with significant contributions from the community. It’s available for Linux-based systems, FreeBSD, Windows, Mac, and Android platforms, and provides an API for users to create their own games and mods written in Lua.

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3D Ripper DX – Handy and professional 3D game models ripping tool

To extract models from 3D games, in addition to the famous and popular Ninja Ripper, you can also give 3D Ripper DX a try. It can capture the models and textures of any DirectX based program and game during the running process, helping users extract their favorite models from the game for secondary creation.

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Counter-Strike all game works in one place

Counter-Strike (full name: Half-Life: Counter-Strike) is a multi-player first person shooter game series officially released by Valve Software in 1999, whose founders are Minh Le (AKA: Gooseman) and Jess Cliffe. It was originally just a game module for Half-Life, and finally became an independent game after being acquired by the developer of Half-Life – Valve. Its game development engine is from the original GoldSrc engine to now Source engine.

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[v0.1.1, v1.045] Diablo 1 HD MOD – Most popular multi-player netplay HD MODs for Diablo 1

Diablo 1 HD MOD is currently the most advanced and popular Diablo 1‘s HD mod package, made by Wojtek25. It includes two modification projects with code names: Belzebub (single-player) and Tchernobog (multi-player).

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