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 Post subject: [Request] Primal Prey
PostPosted: Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:25 am 
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Hello there, I got these models from Primal Prey, but I have no idea on how to convert them since my knowledge on this is very very limited.

In the Carnivores Gamepedia as we have primal prey listed in the wiki so having these model files documented could help the wiki
https://carnivores.gamepedia.com/Carnivores_Wiki

Here are the sample files, but the thing is I don't know which one is the model file, so I just put all three of them. All you need to know that both of these files, .SSM and .STX, are important to each other

Fish.SSM

Fish.STX

Fish_A.STX

If you somehow converted them, plz convert the rest of these models

Animal

Trees And Wildlife

Weapons

Worldbuilding Models

Here's the full game
Primal Prey

Also Note: that this game is a decade old, so it might not work on your pc if you do want to play it

Here's a rough scheme of the structure of the .stx files from Machf:

Code:
STEX
4 bytes
4 bytes
4 bytes
4 bytes
4 bytes
4 bytes
4 bytes
4 bytes: #variable-value pairs
4 bytes
STEX
2 bytes: variable string length
variable string
2 bytes: value string legth
value string
...
2 bytes: string length
string

22 4-byte values

palette (256 entries, 4 bytes per entry)

2 bytes: #variable-value pairs
2 bytes: variable string length
variable string
2 bytes: value string legth
value string
...

7 4-byte values

offset1, 4 bytes
offset2, 4 bytes
@offset1: 48 bytes
@offset2: 16 bytes


If you guys need any further info on the files, I will do the best I can to get the info.

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