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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 3:52 pm 

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(sorry for image/font sizes, writing from phone)


I somehow managed to find some files that has at least one readable text when encoding was set to Shift_jis or UTF-8: unityFS 5.x.x..
But this file itself has no extention at all, and I failed to open it in any file extension suggested by online extention identifier.

About the game - check this: https://imgur.com/a/qLDTr
As you see, this is VR cappable Japan gatcha-type game. This is on low setting, sorry for that.


this android game downloads files when it need to be loaded on-screen, which can be motion, Image, model, voice. and it lands on this directory shown in above image - octo/v1/1~F/4..../ with .meta file which is unreadable in any encoding.

Even if there is thousands of files in each directory, I think I can identify role of those files with size(which range from KB to MB), and time. So that doesn't matter.

Therefore, my question will be: How I'm gonna open it?
(again, sorry for image size, I only know wiki grammars)

PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:40 pm 
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Everyday new topics about UnityFS... boring :(

Unfortunately I don't know if some of the tools listed in the following topic support UnityFS, you have to try them (except my script that for sure doesn't support it):

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