.DXA File Extension
Feeble Files Video
|Developer||Adventure Soft Publishing|
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What is a DXA file?
A DFA file is a video used in the Amiga and Macintosh versions of The Feeble Files, a humorous point-and-click adventure game produced by Adventure Soft Publishing. It contains a cutscene that is played within the game. DFA files are quite uncommon, so most popular media players cannot play them.
Adventure Soft Publishing is a British video game studio that was founded in 1992 and has released ten video games. The publisher is best known for its Simon the Sorcerer series of games.
In 1997, Adventure Soft Publishing released The Feeble Files for Amiga, Macintosh, and Windows. The game follows the adventures of an alien named Feeble, as he attempts to overthrow the dystopian Omni-Brain which runs his world.
NOTE: Feeble was voiced by Robert Llewylln, one of the stars of British science-fiction sitcom Red Dwarf.
How do I open a DXA file?
Because DXA files are so uncommon, most popular media players cannot play them. You can play DXA files in VLC media player, but you'll likely encounter playback issues. You can also convert DXA files to a more usable video format using FFmpeg.