.LEMON File Extension

.LEMON File Extension

2 file types use the .lemon file extension.
File Type 1

LemonShare.net Download

Developer LemonShare.net
Popularity
3.8  |  8 Votes
Category Compressed Files
Format N/A

What is a LEMON file?

File downloaded from LemonShare.net, a RapidShare download website; may be one of several different file types, including games, audio applications, e-books, movies, songs, or other types of data; often protected with a password.

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To open a LEMON file, rename the extension from ".lemon" to ".rar" and extract the contents with WinRAR or another file decompression utility.

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Programs that open LEMON files

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Updated February 16, 2009
File Type 2

Sonic 3 A.I.R. Script

Developer N/A
Popularity
4.3  |  4 Votes
Category Game Files
Format Text

What is a LEMON file?

A LEMON file is a text file used by Sonic 3: Angel Island Revisited, a Sonic the Hedgehog fan game created by developer Eukaryot. It contains a script used to modify Sonic 3: A.I.R.'s gameplay. LEMON files can be opened and edited using any text editor.

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Sonic 3 A.I.R. is an unofficial add-on Sonic fans can use to enhance the Steam version of Sonic 3 & Knuckles. After installing both the original game and Sonic 3 A.I.R., players can play a remastered version of Sonic 3, featuring improved gameplay, graphics, and the ability to mod the game.

One way players can mod Sonic 3 A.I.R. is by creating plain-text scripts, saved within LEMON files, that the game's underlying game engine (called the Oxygen Engine) reads, runs, and applies to the game. For example, players can create scripts that assign new theme music to levels and characters, and they can create scripts that enhance Sonic, Knuckles, or Tails' abilities.

To use a LEMON script as a mod, players must store it in the Sonic3AIR/mods/scripts folder. Players can also find template LEMON scripts within the game's bonus and sonic3air_dev/scripts folders.

How do I open a LEMON file?

Because they are plain text files, you can open and edit a Sonic 3 A.I.R. LEMON script in any text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad (Windows), Apple TextEdit (Mac), or Github Atom (cross-platform).

Programs that open LEMON files

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Updated December 9, 2020

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