Office Groove File
3.5 | 4 Votes
What is a GRV file?
File used by Microsoft Office Groove, a collaboration program used in professional environments; contains account information or a Groove invitation; used for logging into Groove or inviting associates and co-workers to view a document or Web page.
GRV files are stored in an XML format.
NOTE: GRV files were previously used to store Groove tool, template, or workspace information.
Programs that open GRV files
3D Groove Game Data Archive
|The Game Alliance
3.0 | 2 Votes
In the late 1990s and the 2000s, The Groove Alliance used the 3D Groove Engine to develop many licensed video games (as well as some original games). Many of these games were hosted on third-party arcade websites, such as NickArcade and Disney.com. Others, such as Mountain Dew Skateboarding, Pringles Pony Express, and Jack Daniel's Real Pool, were one-off games used to advertise a product.
3D Groove Engine games store their assets in GRV archives. These compressed archives contain a game's textures, models, sounds, and other data.
NOTE: GRV files are also referred to as Groove World Files.
How to open a GRV file
You can use QuickBMS (Windows) and an associated .BMS script (linked below) to extract the files a GRV file contains.