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.GMD File Extension

File Type 1Nintendo 3DS Game Dialog File

DeveloperNintendo
Popularity
2.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

What is a GMD file?

A GMD file contains information about how text is displayed in Nintendo 3DS games. It stores information about dialogs that appear during the game, such as the actual text and the appearance of the dialog.

More Information

GMD files are typically packaged in .ARC Nintendo archive files and distributed with games. The files are not meant to be manually opened. Instead, the files are referenced during gameplay.

However, some 3DS gamers enjoy modifying gameplay and editing GMD files. These users extract GMD files from ARC files using utilities like ARCTool and convert the files to editable text files.

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Programs that open GMD files
Windows
ARCTool
Kuriimu
Updated 5/30/2019

File Type 2Game Maker Program Code

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
1.6 (5 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatBinary

.GMD File Association 2

Game development file created with Game Maker; allows games to be created using drag-and-drop actions, without writing any programming code.

Programs that open GMD files
Updated 3/1/2010

File Type 3GroupMail Message

DeveloperInfacta
Popularity
1.3 (3 Votes)
CategoryText Files
FormatN/A

.GMD File Association 3

Message created by Infacta GroupMail, a group email newsletter program; contains a saved email message; may include tables, images, rich text, and other HTML email message elements.

More Information

To create a GMD file, select "Messages," click "New," select File → Save As → A Document, choose a save location, name the file, and click Save.

Programs that open GMD files
Updated 3/31/2014

About GMD Files

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