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.PET File Extension

File Type 1WangReal Engine Game Model File

4.4 (5 Votes)
CategoryGame Files

What is a PET file?

A PET file is a 3D model file used by WangReal Engine games, such as Pangya and White Day: A Labyrinth Named School. It contains a 3D model, which includes texture, bone, animation, mesh, and facial animation information. PET files are distributed with WangReal Engine games and are compressed in .NOP and .PAK archives.

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You will most likely only need to open a PET file if you are looking to modify a character in the game. You can open PET files with Pangya Models View in Windows. You can also import PET files in 3DSMax and Blender with the 3DSMax add-on and Blender add-on.

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School PET files are packaged in NOP archives and Pangya PET files are packaged in PAK archives. The archives can be found in the directory in which the game is installed.

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Programs that open PET files
Updated 6/8/2018

File Type 2Puppy Linux Install Package

DeveloperBarry Kauler
3.2 (11 Votes)
CategoryCompressed Files

.PET File Association 2

Application package created for PuppyLinux; typically used for installing software programs; saved in a stored in a "tarball" compressed archive format (.TGZ files) with an md5sum checksum appended to the end.

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PET stands for "Puppy's Extra Treats" and is a unified package system used by Puppy Linux 2.14 and later. PET files can be opened by the included PETget utility, or with any TGZ file extractor. When extracted, the package's directory structure is projected onto the root level of the Linux file system.

PET packages are commonly referred to as "pets." They replace .PUP files used by earlier versions of Puppy Linux.

Programs that open PET files
Updated 10/18/2016

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