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PostPosted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 8:46 pm 
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Hi. I've searched everywhere and I can't find a tool to extract some Disney Interactive pkg files (one per game).
These are old games. Here are the ones whose files I want to extract:
102 Dalmatians: Puppies To The Rescue
Extremely Goofy Skateboarding

I don't know how to make a decompiler, I would like to.
If you can give me some help extracting these files and give me a good tutorial of how to make a decompiler I would appreciate.

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 Post subject: Re: Old Disney games tool
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Then we need examples.

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Here you have a file.
This is a 102 Dalmatians: Puppies To The Rescue's .PKG file.
https://mega.nz/#!QwlT1CDT!1RhYXa4HFwcc ... Tod36-c81o


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 Post subject: Re: Old Disney games tool
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Stuff can be extracted quite simply, question remains: what kind of compression is used on some of the content.

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 Post subject: Re: Old Disney games tool
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I really don't know. :)
Does anyone know how to help here?
Anyway can you show me the extracted files?


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Not sure if i checked the same game atm since in Germany it might be called a bit different but for me the *.ase files inside the PKG file look like Text based files for me. haven't found binary in weird formats while quickly scrolling over the files inside


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 Post subject: Re: Old Disney games tool
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Sorry, but I don't even know how to get the files inside the .PGK.


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joaofeu wrote:
Sorry, but I don't even know how to get the files inside the .PGK.

rename it to zip and the standard tools for those should work. the game is from the era where people were easily fooled by wrong extensions so hiding zips that way worked


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masterX244 wrote:
joaofeu wrote:
Sorry, but I don't even know how to get the files inside the .PGK.

rename it to zip and the standard tools for those should work. the game is from the era where people were easily fooled by wrong extensions so hiding zips that way worked

Thank you, but, unfortunately, that didn't solve the problem :(


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joaofeu wrote:
masterX244 wrote:
joaofeu wrote:
Sorry, but I don't even know how to get the files inside the .PGK.

rename it to zip and the standard tools for those should work. the game is from the era where people were easily fooled by wrong extensions so hiding zips that way worked

Thank you, but, unfortunately, that didn't solve the problem :(

damn... smells like there might be different versions of the game around... you got a hex-editor or something where you can see the binary content of the file? seeing the beginning of the file could get me on track


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 Post subject: Re: Old Disney games tool
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Here's the beginning of the file I've got from opening it with an hex-editor:

00 08 00 00 DC 6C 06 00 00 78 06 00 40 16 00 00
00 90 06 00 E4 0B 00 00 00 A0 06 00 04 C0 12 00
00 68 19 00 04 C0 12 00 00 30 2C 00 04 C0 12 00
00 F8 3E 00 04 C0 12 00 00 C0 51 00 04 C0 12 00
00 88 64 00 04 C0 12 00 00 50 77 00 04 C0 12 00
00 18 8A 00 04 C0 12 00 00 E0 9C 00 04 C0 12 00
00 A8 AF 00 04 C0 12 00 00 70 C2 00 04 C0 12 00
00 38 D5 00 04 C0 12 00 00 00 E8 00 04 C0 12 00
00 C8 FA 00 04 C0 12 00 00 90 0D 01 04 C0 12 00
00 58 20 01 04 C0 12 00 00 20 33 01 04 C0 12 00


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http://zenhax.com/viewtopic.php?p=8666#p8666

aluigi made a QuickBMS script for 102 Dalmatians pkg

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:mock:

Code:
# 102 Dalmatians

for
    get OFFSET long
    get SIZE long
    if OFFSET == 0
        break
    endif
    if OFFSET != 0xffffffff
        math OFFSET + 4 # useless TYPE
        math SIZE   - 4
        log "" OFFSET SIZE
    endif
next


Yes, that was the easy part. As I said: Stuff can be extracted quite simply, question remains: what kind of compression is used on some of the content. So the problem is the encryption/compression.

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 Post subject: Re: Old Disney games tool
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AceWell wrote:
http://zenhax.com/viewtopic.php?p=8666#p8666

aluigi made a QuickBMS script for 102 Dalmatians pkg

:D


Thank you!! I didn't know about that forum. :D

But now I can't read the files inside it. :(

Mr.Mouse wrote:
:Yes, that was the easy part. As I said: Stuff can be extracted quite simply, question remains: what kind of compression is used on some of the content. So the problem is the encryption/compression.

:]


Does anyone know how to help here?



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