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.3DZ File Extension

2 file types use the .3dz file extension.

File Type 1Nintendo 3DS ROM

3.5 (4 Votes)
CategoryGame Files

What is a 3DZ file?

A 3DZ file is a game file used by Gateway 3DS, a microSD card for Nintendo 3DS used to play 3DS, DS, and homebrew games. It contains a copy of the data from an original 3DS game cartridge. 3DZ files are saved in the same format as the more popular .3DS files but contain a header which indicates to Gateway that it is compatible for online play.

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3DZ files are not meant to be opened on a computer. They were created for Gateway 3DS, which is software stored on a microSD card that is inserted into a Nintendo 3DS. However, if you rename the ".3dz" extension to ".3ds", and remove the header in the file, the ROM may be playable by 3DS emulators, such as TronDS or Citra.

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Programs that open 3DZ files
Updated 6/29/2017

File Type 2Easy 3D Creator Project

3.0 (3 Votes)
CategorySettings Files

.3DZ File Association 2

A 3DZ file is a project created Easy 3D Creator, a program used to create 3D screen savers. It contains a project, which includes the screen saver image, frames per second of the animation, and camera position for viewing the screen saver.

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The 3DZ file is the main file type associated with Easy 3D Creator. When you save your project the program creates the 3DZ file to store your screensaver project. If you need to open a 3DZ file the only program that supports the file is Easy 3D Creator. It is available to download for free but it is no longer developed and will only run on Windows 2000 or XP.

Programs that open 3DZ files
Updated 5/4/2017

About 3DZ Files

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