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Download Profile: CC2Guide-SpriteFiles


 Download Profile: CC2Guide-SpriteFiles

Sprite files of the Close Combat games - Sprite files in CC1 are used to store small graphics (commonly called "sprites") to represent vehicles
and other map details during gameplay in different orientation or in an animation sequence. Later on
this file format was used slightly modified in CC2 for the files "Explode", "Smoke", "Soldier",
"SoldierB", "Terrain" and all vehicle shadow files ("VehS###" and "VehB###"). In CC3 most of the
animation sequences moved into *.zfx files, leaving only the sprite files "Terrain", "Soldier" and
"SoldierB". From CC4 onward (until now in "The Road to Baghdad" = RtB) all animation sequences
are stored (as 24-bit graphics) in *.azp archives. The only sprite files remaining are again "Terrain",
"Soldier" and "SoldierB". From CC4 onward the sprite file format changed again.

Version: 1
Author: Mafi
Filesize: 33.98 Kb
Added on: Fri Aug 27, 2004 8:36 am
Downloads: 230
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