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.GOD File Extension

File Type 1Gore Game Data File

Developer4D Rulers
Popularity
3.1 (8 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatText

What is a GOD file?

Game data file used by Gore games, such as Special Edition and Ultimate Soldier; contains data in plain text that is referenced by the game to describe gameplay, such as explosions, ricochet effects, body armor, items, missions, and other level information.

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NOTE: GOD files are located in the same directory that the Gore game is installed. They can be opened and edited by a text editor.

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Programs that open GOD files
Updated 1/6/2015

File Type 2God Configuration File

DeveloperSynbioz
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryMisc Files
FormatText

.GOD File Association 2

File used by God, a server monitoring framework written in Ruby and used for making sure that tasks and processes run well on the server; specifies which processes to monitor, when to start them, and restart conditions.

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GOD files are typically written and used by administrators of Linux systems.

Programs that open GOD files
Linux
Synbioz God
Updated 9/26/2012

File Type 3Populous II Player Progress File

DeveloperBullfrog Productions
Popularity
1.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

.GOD File Association 3

Game file created by Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods, an older strategy game for MS-DOS, Amiga, and some other older systems; saves the player's progress in the game, which can be loaded back through the game's interface.

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Populous II can still be run using PC emulation software such as DOSBox.

NOTE: The player progress code is stored in plain text in the GOD file.

Programs that open GOD files
Updated 9/28/2012

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