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Conversion of zip file format to pak file format beta

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Some (certainly not all) .pak files used as game resource packages are just renamed ZIP files, which means zip to pak conversion is possible. You can create your own "PAKs" when you rename a ZIP archive that contains relevant data, it won't work with just any files.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


Additional links: Open zip file, Open pak file


Files with zip is associated with the WinZip compression tool. ZIP file is compressed archive container that contains archived files, compressed in ZIP compression format. Common archive format that can be extracted with any archiving tool.

Files with zip file extension are also used for theme packs made in Stardock ObjectBar program. Most likely standard ZIP.

A zip file extension is related to various computer games and used for its game resource data files.

A zip file extension is related to the Oolite video game and used for its expansion packs.


Files with pak extension are traditionally used for package files. These files are used in many programs and especially in computer games. A typical .pak file can contain various resources used in the game, such as graphics or sounds. Can be extracted with specialized tools and sometimes with common archivers.

A pak file extension is related to the PAK compressed archive files used by some archive tools for MS-DOS.

Files with pak file extension can also occasionally be found as some kind of old packages for CrazyTalk facial animation software. Is not used in latest versions.

Files with pak file suffix are related to the Simutrans computer game and used for its object data.

A pak file extension is related to the Orgadata LogiKal and used for its data files.


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