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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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